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Where Do Bugs Actually Go In The Winter?

 

Last updated 1/4/2021 at 4:14pm

Asian lady beetles are often clustered in homes during the winter and can be a huge nuisance to homeowners. (Photo by Abby Williams)

Millions of insects coexist with unassuming humans, daily. This group of diverse organisms is made up of irritating nuisances like mosquitoes, or beautiful pollinators like butterflies.

Prevalent during the spring and summer months, insects seemingly disappear when winter arrives. So, after September, where do they go?

Allowing us to thrive in wintertime, humans have figured out how to adapt their surroundings using artificial heat, homes and a plethora of insulated clothing. Other animals don't have access to the same technologies, and instead, have adapted through their bodily process...



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