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  1. Just over three-quarters of flying insects in Germany’s nature reserves have disappeared in less than 30 years. Something that is likely to represent a worrying global trend. Losing flying ...

  2. The Atlantic Daily: Kelly Speaks

    The Atlantic21 hours ago

    Meanwhile in western Germany, scientists found an 80 percent decline in flying insect populations over the last 30 years, pointing to a potential crisis for other species—including humans ...

  3. 11 Things We Learned This Week

    National Geographic8 hours ago

    This week, we learned … … wolf puppies are adorable … and they’re not dogs. What is it like “growing up wolf”? Use our timeline to find out! … sleeping sickness, once fatal, can now be cured ...

  4. The iron-clad cockroach of the rock'n'roll world (because he's invincible, not because he's a pesky insect who lays eggs when he gets squashed), Keith Richards has, miraculously, managed ...

  5. A pest boss—one member of a farm’s management team in charge of everything involving weeds, insects and diseases—earns his keep by preventing surprises. “That’s his job—to never be caught ...

  6. Germany's insect population has declined precipitously inside protected preserves over the last three decades, new research shows. Between 1989 and 2016, the biomass of flying insects ...

  7. The insect-inspired Zebro robots come equipped with audio sensors and by relaying the signals to other robots in their vicinity, emergency services can be notified of survivors trapped ...

  8. Lord Howe Island stick insects in Australia are making a comeback. The insect was previously classified as extinct in 1983. However in 2001, several of them were found in a rock ...

  9. Pa. lawmakers on spotted lanternfly: 'We have an epidemic'

    WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey2 days ago

    The state Senate and House Agriculture and Rural Affairs committees held a joint hearing on the invasive insect in Harrisburg on Wednesday. Berks County state Sen. Judy Schwank, a Democrat ...

  10. Flying insects such as bees are important pollinators. A new study published Wednesday in the journal PLOS ONE adds more evidence that insect populations around the globe are in ...

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