Vile, unthinking, and unfeeling monsters that they are, far too many insects are also venomous and/or nearly impossible to kill. It's one against the many, intelligence against sheer numbers; and we greatly fear that we will ultimately be the losers.
The cause of swelling in a girl's jaw was determined to be cockroach eggs she ingested from eating a Taco Bell taco or licking envelopes.
Swelling on a girl's cheek disgorges hundreds of baby spiders.
Cactus explodes and spews baby tarantulas everywhere.
Bubble Yum contains spider eggs.*
Bug enters person's ear and eats its way through his brain.
Woman dies from bites of spiders nesting in her hair.*
Girl's salivary glands become infected from roach eggs ingested with a taco.*
The two-striped telamonia spider lurks beneath toilet seats in public restrooms.
Bride's inflamed eye is caused by body louse from a male stripper.*
Love bugs are the result of a genetic experiment gone wrong.*
The larva of a human botfly was removed from a child's eye. (Disturbing image warning)
An Indian boy experienced a rare condition in which beetles bred in his body and emerged from his groin as full-grown flies.
Texas dog has unfortunate encounter with a walkingstick from Belize.
Venomous black and white caterpillars.
Family dies after drinking tea made from water left in a kettle where a spider died.
Photographs show a venomous caterpillar known as an asp.
A man on vacation in Bali learned a spider had been living under his skin for three days.