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Coexisting with Cockroaches

Posted by kristobaldude on May 3, 2012

Practical Witchery

It can be easy to not notice the tiny intricate worlds that are happening around us, especially when we perceive them as negatively impacting our own lives. However, as we go about our day-to-day lives, so do the billions of insects and arachnids who coexist along side of us in suburbia. 

They to have their daily tasks. Ants sometimes  raise caterpillar larvae as their own. Some spiders have been known to weave thick squares of web to use in a tool-like fashion to capture their prey from the rain-forest floor, and mayflies and cicadas shed their skin to emerge from the water and dark underground to start the last and most brief part of their life.

Insects develop complex relationships, care for their young, and work as teams much as we do. When you see a spider or ant running across the floor, it’s likely that they have somewhere important…

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