How To Deal With Wasps Nests ?  

How To Deal With Wasps Nests ?

Nests are found on trees, vaulted roofs or crevices of homes. Make sure that you contact an exterminator in case the wasp nest is too high or in an inaccessible area. Usually, it is recommended that a wasp nest located on a tree be left alone, as it will not affect you. These creatures can sting, but have their own benefits. They can get rid of garden pests in an eco-friendly manner. More...

 

 

How Do Crickets Make Noise ?

How Do Crickets Make Noise ?

Have you heard the chirping sound that crickets make in the night? For some this sound can be music to the ears, while for others it is an irritation. However, different cultures view the chirping of crickets differently. For instance, in China, chirping of a cricket is believed to be a sign of good luck. The English name for cricket has been derived from a French word, criquer, which literally translate to little creaker. But how do crickets make this sound? More...

 

 

Life Cycle Of Dragonfly

Life Cycle Of Dragonfly

The life cycle of a dragonfly is truly interesting, as the dragonfly hardly spends a lot time as an adult. The lifespan of a dragonfly just over a year, and its life cycle consists of 3 stages, namely the egg stage, the nymph and finally the adult stage. A dragonfly spends most of its life as a nymph and this stage is spent in water. Hence, that is why you can only spot a dragonfly nymph in a water body, such as a lake or pond. More...

 

 

How Long Does Lice Live ?

How Long Does Lice Live ?

The normal life span of the louse is between 30 to 40 days. This includes the start of its life cycle from an egg. This life cycle is also possible only with constant source of food, namely blood. The female louse can lay up to ninety eggs also called nits. These eggs yield nymphs or young lice after about seven to ten days. The adults then live up to a period of 30 to 40 days. More...

 

 

Do Termites Fly ?

Do Termites Fly ?

Yes, they can and in fact the winged variety of termites is most commonly spotted. The termites enter the winged form when they are ready to mate and fly from one colony to another. The winged form is also known as the alate form. These wings fall off when they have found a new colony to settle in and the termite’s body is left with small stubs instead of full blown wings. These flying termites are known as reproductives or even swarmers since their numbers are made up of the reproductively capable queens and kings which are flying out to establish new territories for themselves. More...

 

 

 

 

 

    
 

How To Shear Your Cat ?      Some people want to shear their cats for aesthetics reasons, while others do it to make the cat feel comfortable. No matter, what your reason is, you should know how to shear your cat. It is not an easy task, and will need 2 people to get the job done. It is important to remember that the shearing should be done against the growth as will hasten the entire process. More..

 


 

 

 
   
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