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Average Home Contains Hundreds Of Bug Species

A detailed survey of 50 homes in Raleigh, NC found that the presence of arthropods such as insects, spiders, and centipedes was far more abundant than previously thought, with each home containing between 32 and 211 unique species, including some believed to be otherwise extinct. What do you think?

  • “Then why do I feel so lonely?”

    Harvey Feltz Hatchery Supervisor
  • “Just tell me which ones I have to be worried about crawling into my mouth while I’m sleeping.”

    Tessa Jorgensen Unemployed
  • “Thank God I live in an apartment.”

    Josh Haviland Lobby Monitor

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