Butterflies are like the peacocks of the insect world -- they dazzle with their brightly colored wings and flit delicately among blooming flowers. Yet how do these seemingly dainty bugs survive against the harsh outdoor elements?
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Studies have shown that you're never more than ten feet away from a spider is and one estimate puts you as close as three feet. Check out some more spider facts.
Thrips, the common name of an order of very small insects. Thrips range in length from about 0.02 to 0.3 inch (0.5 to 8 mm) and are usually black.