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Dragonflies are magnificent aerialists, able to hover, dive, fly backward and upside down, pivot 360 degrees with three tiny wing beats, and reach speeds of 30 miles per hour. They catch their prey in midair 95% of the time and don't bother to alight before eating.

Dragonflies, Nature’s Deadly Drone, but Prettier

Dragonflies, Nature’s Deadly Drone, but Prettier This is unbelievably fascinating; I had no idea dragonflies were so profoundly complex.

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The first batch of ice cream sold out in a flash. But, then, health officials advised against using the insects in food.

Making The Best Out Of Invasion, Missouri Shop Makes Cicada Ice Cream

A cicada in Chapel Hill, N. in when one brood of Magicicada periodical cicada appeared in southern states. This spring the cicadas will emerge in the Northeast. This is a lesson plan for students.

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These low-flying noisemakers seem like odd toys to dogs, cats, birds and other critters. But what happens if our pets decide to give them a little taste?

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