Yeah, spiders are creepy.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
This is why you never taunt a feisty praying mantis.
Internet prankster Roman Atwood poses as the world's worst beekeeper.
A friendly bumblebee makes an inebriated gentleman's day with a series of high-fives.
An entomologist in Florida was recently called upon to handle a yellow jacket wasp nest that was six-feet tall and contained as many as one million insects.
Known as gallinippers, the so-called mega, mutant mosquitoes that have 'invaded' Florida this summer have actually been there all along.
When a guy kills a praying mantis, creepy madness ensues in the form of a horsehair worm.
A two-year-old tries to inform his dad about the pests in the basement.
A hungry bush cricket pursues an orange and black mantis, only to be ambushed by an older, more camouflaged version of its prey.
The dung beetle gets the always hilarious “True Facts” treatment.
French artist Hubert Duprat has made many types of sculptures over the past few decades, but our favorite is his "collaborations" with caddisfly larvae.
Another insect has crawled its way under our doors and silently, menacingly requested entry into our "Kill It With Fire" scary insects club.
Some species do not deserve extinction. This is not one of them.
Some people in Taiwan are willing to endure hundreds of bee stings to cure what ails them.
NBC Los Angeles reporter Robert Kovacik manages to remain completely calm as a cockroach crawls all over his shoulders.