Video shows volunteer cop collapse while being relentlessly stung by bees
The man can be seen trying to swat the bees away, as they continue to surround and attack him.
Two men in hospital after "hundreds" of bees swam and sting them
A professional bee remover found the hive of angry bees under the roof of a nearby house.
Deadly Australian Assassin Bugs Rub Themselves in Sticky Resin To Hunt Prey
These bugs scrape resin off blades of grass and rub it on parts of their bodies, allowing them to capture their meal.
Why insects are drawn to the light, according to science
Insects don't flock towards lights because they're attracted to them, but because they have a biological response that wants to keep the light above them.
Giant venomous spider found in pantry: "Burn your house down"
"Such spiders are very common here, they are harmless, and fortunately don't eat much out of the pantry," Reddit user Vico1730 told Newsweek.
Watch praying mantis feast on bird in horrifying video: "Brutal to watch"
Praying mantises often capture and kill fish, frogs and even small species of birds.
Can you spot the moth perfectly camouflaged into a tree?
The moth blends in perfectly the pattern of the branch to avoid getting eaten by hungry predators.
Hawk moth pops out of cocoon in woman's hand in gross—yet fascinating—video
The video shows the moth struggling to climb out of its cocoon, before squirting a yellowish goo all over someone's hand.
Weird, tiny, white, fluffy "boogie-woogie" bugs filmed dancing around leaf
The affectionately nicknamed "boogie-woogie" aphids, formally known as beech blight aphids, are thought to dance as a warning to predators.
Venomous Puss Caterpillars With 'Worst' Sting Found in Florida
"I believe this species is considered to be the worst stinging caterpillar in Florida," an entomologist said.
America's Rarest Snake Chokes to Death on Giant Centipede
The endangered snake, which has not been seen for four years, was found dead in a Florida park with the centipede halfway swallowed.
Hilarious Pic of Moth Having 'Identity Crisis' Delights Internet
"Maybe he's trying to motivate himself," wrote one Redditor of the photo: "He's talking to himself with good words."
Man Bitten Hundreds of Times by False Widow Spiders in Sleep
Russell Davies told the BBC that the bites feel like there are "shards of glass" in "every part" of his body.
Huge Spider Crawls Over Door Camera: 'House Has Been Torched, Homeless Now'
It is not clear what species of spider was caught lurking on the Australian man's doorbell, but what ever it was, it was big.
Woman Nurses Butterfly to Health With Feather Wing in Viral Video Series
Nemo the butterfly was left unable to fly with a damaged wing, until Dahlia replaced it with a white feather and aided him back into good health.
First Murder Hornet Nest of 2021 Found in Northern Washington
Sightings of the invasive species were confirmed in the U.S. in December 2019 and some experts fear they'll spread through the country.
'Ant Restaurant' Trend, Where People Serve Food to Bugs, Takes Over TikTok
The trend has racked up a collective 80 million views, but experts have advice on how to avoid harming ants while doing it.
What To Know About Eating Cicadas As Trillions of Bugs To Emerge in U.S.
The imminent cicada uprising won't just be a chance to see a rare sight—but an opportunity to enjoy a rare snack.
A 'Tsunami' of Cicadas Will Hit the U.S.—How to Check When They Will Appear
Cicadas will emerge from a 17-year slumber in more than a dozen states across the U.S. in the coming months, with billions of the flying insects surfacing to conduct a "boisterous" mating ritual.
What Are Cicadas and How to Keep the Bugs Away Before 2021 Season Starts
After 17 years spent hibernating underground, vast swarms of cicadas collectively known as Brood 10 will emerge in more than a dozen U.S. states in the coming months.
The Stink Bug Invasion Is Coming and Here's What You Need to Know
The harmless insects that make way into people's homes in the late summer and early fall are nothing to fear unless you're a farmer.
Massive Tarantula Surprises Unwitting Texas Couple
Teouna and Ken Thomas saw the large, creepy-crawly guest climbing up the window outside their house.
USDA Warns Asian Gypsy Moth Could Cause Widespread Damage to U.S.
The caterpillars of Asian gypsy moths can destroy large sections of forest. Sweetgum, apple, popular, oak, willow and linden trees are some of the plants that could be at risk.
Rare Bright Pink Grasshopper Discovered in Texas Backyard
Pink grasshoppers rarely make it to adulthood as the coloring, caused by a condition called erythrism, makes them easy targets for predators.
These Ants Can Travel 108 Times Their Own Body Length in a Single Second
The rapid speeds of the Saharan silver ant enables it to travel across the dessert to forage for food in the height of the midday sun.
California Ladybug Swarm So Big It Showed Up on Radar as 80-Mile 'Bloom'
"The world must be coming to an end," one scientist joked.
What Would Happen If All the Insects Went Extinct?
Insect numbers everywhere are declining—and scientists aren't exactly sure why.
Ancient Parasitic Wasps Ate Flies From the Inside Out
Scientists named them Xenomorphia, after the bloodthirsty, chest-splitting creatures from the Alien movies.
Beware of Giant Toe-biting Water Bugs, Rangers Warn
The giant water bug is believed to be the most painful of all insects.
New Exploding Ant Species Bursts Into Toxic Goo
The critters are particularly sensitive to other insects—and nosey researchers.