Monday, November 4, 2013

Time to #BugOut with Orkin

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Hey guys. I was just reading an article. This really may be of interest to my readers out there. It is all about the scariest and deadliest bugs in the world

This article details many things about bugs. There are many people who actually enjoy bugs and like and admire them. And many people study them, etc. And at Orkin they do that too. Not only does Orkin help to control pests, but they also have learned as much as they can about bugs.

Orkin has been studying bugs for 100 years, actually. They have scientists on their staff, to keep the science of bugs at the forefront of their business. That's why the created The Ecologist, which celebrates the science and uniqueness of bugs.  Please Like the Orkin Ecologist on Facebook & Follow them on Pinterest

Also feel free to share something on the Orkin Ecologist Pinterest board using #BugOut. I have had a few #BugOut moments. Especially since moving. There are some pretty scary bugs where I live now, that I never had encountered where I used to live. One of those such bugs is a spider called the Wolf Spider. These spiders are pretty common, in my area. 

I will never forget literally the first day I moved into my new house, we had one of these spiders in the house. It was really a #BugOut moment because I had never seen such a huge spider before. Let alone inside my house!

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Do you  have a scary #BugOut moment? What is the scariest bug you have ever seen? Please share using the tag #BugOut. You can do so on all your social networks, such as Facebook & Twitter. Also please share right here in the comments!

So whether or not you are a novice or an experienced science lover, I would really encourage you to check out the Orkin Ecologist site. It really is a great educational resource!

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  1. A huge scorpion I saw when I was a little girl...never forgot! Actually I don't really like scary stuff though! But I'll check the Orlin's site for sure to learn more about bugs! Grat review, thanks!