WHIP IT! WHIP IT GOOD!
Acid spraying nightmares! The whip scorpions and tailless whip scorpions are like something out of a sci-fi movie. In fact, many sci-fi aliens have been modeled after them. Like most arachnids they are carnivorous. What do they eat? Anything smaller than they are!
This month we have Mambo and White-spotted African assassin bugs! This insect is famous for its two spots and infamous for its powerful venom. A neurotoxic venom similar in potency to that of a cobra AND it can spit its venom like a cobra as well! (Quick! Someone call Rikitikitavi!)
Can bonding with bugs inspire the next Einstein? Two entomologists think a half million dollars worth of insects should do the trick. Together, they are on the verge of realizing a dream 25 years in the making: a permanent center serving as a gateway to science exploration for curious youngsters.
ANNOUNCEMENTS! Hello everyone and welcome to 2018! This newsletter has been delayed because we have some very – VERY exciting things in the works. My long-time friend, world-renowned insect collector
Dynamic Partnership Inspires Scientific Literacy for Kids Discovery World & Milwaukee Area Science Advocates (MASA) Present TONY’S CREEPY CRAWLY ZOO & THE GATEWAY SCIENCE TOUR! Discovery World, MASA and the
No Bugs, No Glory! 10th Anniversary of – Who Wants to be an Entomologist? It’s hard for me to believe that 10 years ago this month all the writing, all the