Although these guys donâ??t actually specialize in going into your ear they are nasty little buggers. Ever since Iâ??ve been a kid Iâ??ve been told they go into ears and the image of that happening to me is enough for me to hate these bugs. The female lays about 50 eggs in an underground nest during the winter. Well guess what? My ear is a perfectly warm nest during the winter. No thank you Mr.Earwig!
I also used to think that the two little spikes on the back were pinchers used to break your ear drum. Further researching this bugÂ I’veÂ found out that the spikes are actually two functional penises. So if you see this bug please donâ??t be a green hippie that catches it in a cup and walks it outside to reproduce and live happily ever after. Instead I recommend you stomp its brains in and grind it into smithereens with your foot. (AppReviews4u does not promote or condone animal abuse of any kind.)
Giant Water Bug
The Giant Water Bug is one of the biggest bug in the world measuring up to 7 cm. They use a snorkel that is attached to their butts to hunt underwater. They hunt tadpoles, small fish, frogs, snails, and other aquatic insects. The Giant Water Bug has toxicÂ salivaÂ which can paralyze small creatures. Victims that have been bitten by them report excruciating pain and reduced sense of touch.
Little Barrier Island Giant Weta
The Weta Bug weighs as much as three mice. It has almost been exterminated on the New Zealand offshore islands after rats were introduced to the areas. It only survives on the Little Barrier Island now. It is unsocial and unattractive. Kind of hoping rat populations go up soonâ?¦
Damon diadema or â??tailless whip scorpionâ? is found in Africa, Kenya, and Tanzania. It is neither a scorpion nor a spider; rather it belongs in the Amblypigi class. It is 4-28 millimeters long with a flat body and is harmless. It is however the most disgusting thing Iâ??ve probably ever seen.
Bot flies donâ??t look that ugly but what they do is presumably the worst a bug could do. They infest humans and animals with their larvae that grow inside your skin. The bot fly also likes to tunnel in your flesh so it has to be surgically removed.
The way the eggs are planted is that the female fly captures a tick or mosquito and glues her eggs to the abdomen. When these insects land on a human or animal to feed, the larvae will hatch and enter the skin of the host. The worst part about bot flies is that they donâ??t die off or just leave your skin. They can live there forever unless if you remove them.
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