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'Crazy Ants' Pose a Danger to the South

Crazy Ants Pose a Danger to the South
While the Tawny crazy ants do not bite, they still pose a danger to the people of the Southern states. Damage to man-made property and the ecological balance are two of the hazards these crazy ants present to the South.
Read more Oct 28 2013, 4:48am CDT
 

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World's Smallest Flying Robot's First Flight

World's Smallest Flying Robot Takes Off
There is a theory that insects are aliens living in our midst. Well, now the world’s first robotic insects are the beginning of a success story that may end in a miniaturized form of artificial intelligence being invented by the ingenious mind of man.
Read more May 3 2013, 9:39am CDT
 

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