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We have covered the risks and dangers that pests pose to your homes and businesses. We even covered the amazing abilities they have that make them such formidable foes. I figured I would continue with that trend but lean more toward fun pest facts. While it may seem  unnerving to some, keep in mind what we do for a living. So forgive us for being bug geeks!

  • Dragonflies can fly at speeds up to 30 miles per hour.
  • A cockroach can live for nine days without its head.
  • The color a head louse will be as an adult can depend on the color of the person's hair in which it lives.
  • While gathering food, a bee may fly up to 60 miles in one day.
  • Ants can lift and carry more than fifty times their own weight.
  • Ticks can grow from the size of a grain of rice to the size of a marble.
  • Houseflies find sugar with their feet, which are 10 million times more sensitive than human tongues.
  • The queen of a certain termite species can lay 40,000 eggs per day.
  • Wasps feeding on fermenting juice have been known to get "drunk' and pass out.
  • Honeybees have to make about ten million trips to collect enough nectar for production of one pound of honey.
  • The oldest known fossil of an insect dates back 400 million years and is a springtail.

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