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Rain often dampens millipedes

The Sun Herald - Jul 23, 2017
Rain can have a significant effect on their behavior but they're not worms. They're millipedes. Millipedes means 1,000 legs and it can sometimes look as if they really do have that many. However, the maximum ever counted was just over 700 from a ...

4-H companion animals come in all shapes, sizes

North Platte Telegraph - Jul 29, 2017
Extension educator Brenda Aufdenkamp said Abbott is usually the only participant to being millipedes to the companion animal competition, but given her passion for insects and arthropods it's not surprising. “Her knowledge of entomology is amazing,” ...

Taste a bug, watch cockroach races and check out the butterflies at the Churchville Nature Center in Northampton

Bucks Local News - Aug 9, 2017
Participants will get to see live tarantulas, bees, scorpions, giant millipedes, cockroaches, blue death feigning beetles, butterflies and more; take a tour of the Butterfly House; complete a scavenger hunt; taste a bug; and watch live cockroach races ...

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Millipedes For Kids

Zoologist Jess French uses a magnifying glass to highlight the difference between millipedes and centipedes. For the best kids shows subscribe to the Wizz ...

Millipedes: The First Land Animals

More than 420 million years ago ancient millipedes took their first many -- many many many -- steps onto land. Today they remain largely cryptic animals, ...

Various species of millipedes

A few new arrivals today so showing the different species that have arrived.

Lemurs get high - Spy in the Wild: Episode 4 Preview - BBC One

Programme website: http://bbc.in/2kq3xtM Lemurs use millipedes as an insecticide and become intoxicated in the process.

Giant Green Millipedes!!

Green Pill Millipedes and African Giant Black Millipedes.