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Bugs. Bugs. Bugs. Lots of bugs. That is the conclusion a team of scientists from around the world came to after an eight year long census of a section of a Panamanian jungle. So many bugs, in fact, they say if bugs wanted to take over the world, they could! That might be something we made up, but the real numbers made our skin crawl.
You wonder how many of these things crawl over you at night, don't you?
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