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A Grasshopper Has Been Stuck in This van Gogh Painting for 128 Years
At the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Mo., researchers found a grasshopper embedded in Vincent van Gogh’s 1889 painting “Olive Trees.”




A Stick Insect. A Tree Lobster. Whatever You Call It, It’s Not Extinct.
A genetic analysis showed that a stick insect found on another island was the same species as one that had been wiped out by rats on Australia’s Lord Howe Island.




Birds Beware: The Praying Mantis Wants Your Brain
Scientists have developed a healthy respect for mantises, acrobatic hunters with 3-D vision and voracious appetites.




Insect Armageddon
They’re not cute like polar bears, but insects are critical to the ecosystem and their decline should worry us.




Panic. Then Vote.
Our government belongs to us, so let’s start acting like it.




Review: ‘Bugs’ Is a Culinary Adventure. Insects Never Looked so Yummy.
Ben Reade and Josh Evans travel the world to visit cultures where insects are prepared as food.




Shy Elk and Bold Birds Become Partners in the Wilderness
Magpies will eat ticks that drain the blood from elks, but a scientist found it takes the right mix of elk-magpie personality for the relationship to work.




The German Amateurs Who Discovered ‘Insect Armageddon’
Keeping meticulous records over decades, the Krefeld Entomological Society documented a 75 percent decline in bug populations that shocked the world.




The Yankees Are Back in Cleveland. Will the Bugs Return, Too?
The Yankees’ last playoff game in Cleveland was in 2007, when a swarm of midges famously drove Joba Chamberlain to distraction.




Ticks Trapped in Amber Were Likely Sucking Dinosaur Blood
It is rare to find parasites with their hosts in the fossil record, and the discovery is the first direct evidence of the pests feeding on dinosaur blood.