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For centuries, salmon have made their way upstream to spawn, (literally) overcoming extraordinary obstacles to reach their spawning grounds.

But the advent of hydroelectric power, while it has manifest benefits in reducing the greenhouse gases otherwise associated with electricity generation, has wreaked havoc on the salmon’s annual pilgrimage.   365 more words

The Asian Camel Cricket and 10 Other Invasive Species You Might Not Know

This is the camel cricket. You hate it, don’t you? You should. Let’s start with the fact that it’s—how to put this nicely?—repulsive. Add the fact that it’s big, by bug standards at least, measuring up to two inches (5 cm) long; that it resembles a spider more than a cricket; and that it will eat nearly anything—including other camel crickets, which is just plain bad form. 168 more words

What exactly is an Africanized honey bee?

Contrary to popular belief, the Africanized Honey Bee, or Killer Bee as it is sometimes called, is not actually from Africa at all.  They are a hybrid that started in Brazil and escaped the lab on accident.   315 more words

Fun Facts

Bad CGI Fridays: The Deadly Bees (1966)


Fame sure packs a sting, sometimes!

Indeed, 1966’s truly fun The Deadly Bees takes pop star Vicki Robbins (the exquisite Suzanna Leigh from The Lost Continent… 201 more words

Entertainment

Brian Blair

B. Brian Blair autographed this drawing of himself at Mid-Atlantic Wrestling Legends Fanfest, in Charlotte, NC.

Brian Leslie Blair was born on January 12, 1957. He is a politician and retired pro wrestler. 21 more words

Wrestler

K&C And The Killer Bee

We were on our way home when suddenly a bee started buzzing in the back window!

Cory jumped out of the car like a little girl and Kevin would have too – if he wasn’t driving. 118 more words

105.3 The Fan

Out of Africa

First killer bees, then the vuvuzeula, now this

Better than the FAA!

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