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Insect researcher wants to build massive bug biodome in Oklahoma City.


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Individual Insects Make Signature Venoms

Invertebrates in the News

“Look Past Ecosystem ‘Services’”

“The Insect Apocalypse Is Here”

“Insect’s Venom Eyed For Cancer Defense”

“Humans Wiped Out Two-Thirds of the World’s Wildlife in 50 Years”

“The Pleasures of Moth-Watching”

“Drugs from Bugs: Bioprospecting Insects to Fight Superbugs”

“Butterfly tongues for better cancer treatments and vaccines”

“Fates of humans and insects intertwined, warn scientists”

“Parasitic wasps brainwash their insect hosts”

“We Should Be More Worried About the Bugs”

“Worms Frozen for 42,000 Years in Siberian Permafrost Wriggle to Life”

“Just 29,000 Western Monarch Butterflies Are Left in California. That’s Down From Millions”

“Mayfly numbers drop by half since 2012, threatening food chain”

“The largest insect that ever lived, the Dragonfly-like Meganeuropsis, had a wingspan of 28″”

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