The Central European insect is known for a lifespan that lasts only a few days
From bees to beetles, here are the best in class from over 5,000 entrants worldwide.
Butterflies are the ‘gateway drug’ to getting people involved in conservation.
Researchers have found bees can be conditioned to pollinate specific plants through scent-based memory techniques.
Bees have been struggling to survive in Zimbabwe - but this radical sanctuary programme could be the answer.
Since January, many farmers in East Africa have seen their land besieged by swarms of hundreds of billions of locusts.
A swarm of ants flying over the UK was so big on Friday that it was picked up on radar and confused for rain, the Met Office has said.
The Natural History Museum in London has chosen to honour the young climate campaigner.
The head of the University of Costa Rica's Insects Museum decided three years ago to replace animal protein in his diet with crickets, ants, cockroaches, beetles and other insects - and wants to encourage others to do the same.
Tasting grilled scorpion and a bowl of crunchy insects mixed with garlic and spices on a trip to Thailand four years ago "grossed out" chef Mario Barnard but also helped inspire him to experiment and open South Africa's first pop-up restaurant serving insect-only meals.
It’s time to rethink the future of food.
"Years of tremendous wildflower blooms typically are really big painted lady years," UC Davis Professor Arthur M. Shapiro said.
Insect Apocalypse: 40% of world species threatened with extinction, report finds
A school in Canberra, Australia has introduced lessons teaching students how to use insects in cooking. The students are developing news recipes under the leadership of their science teacher.
In the heart of Brussels, an agricultural revolution is taking place with the aim of getting you to eat insects.
Fear of spiders is said to one of the most common phobias worldwide
Londoners have been warned about an outbreak of toxic caterpillars that can cause fever, rashes and breathing difficulties.