Cockroach, french fries and cantonese food.

Cockroach, french fries and cantonese food.


No, no, it’s not … I don’t know (in polish language). Don’t eat if you don’t like it. -Nicely fried.
-Why did you order french fries? I just wanted to. So many interesting kinds of food and you order french fries … Your face expression… Very tasty! Meatballs.

Fancy farming cockroaches?

Fancy farming cockroaches?


Mmmm, lovely cockroaches. Indestructible,
nuclear bomb surviving lovely cockroaches. Most people consider them at best a bit grim,
at worst a massive pest. But not Tian Tinglei, who gave up his job in Liaocheng city to return
to the country and live among the creepy crawlies. He’s actually become a bit of a fan of them,
farming nearly one square mile of bugs. Apparently, he’s become rather fond of their oily, shiny skin. Mmmmm. A long-time a lover of creepy crawlies, the
32-year-old got the idea for the cockroach farm after a friend who worked in a pharmacy
told him about the use of cockroaches as a cheap source of protein and medication. But why oh why would you do it? Well, they
sell for $16 a kilo, which doesn’t sound like a lot, but means Tian is bringing in a fortune
from his crop. Roaches shells and oil are used in Chinese medicine to treat everything
from heart disease to hepatitis and burns. Unsurprisingly, however, many people aren’t
so keen in smearing themselves in roach roil, so it’s not usually marketed as being well,
what it is. Still, Tian seems pretty proud of his little
buggy empire, and fair enough. Maybe when the world ends and he and his cockroaches
are all that are left, he’ll be the one laughing.

Why Do Cockroaches Even Exist?

Why Do Cockroaches Even Exist?


If a cockroach walked by you right now…
would you step on it? If so I get it but you should know cockroaches are cooler than you
might think. Hey guys What’s up I’m Sapna here at DNews.
Today we’re answering a question that came from our subreddit page r/dnews– The user
“semihc” wants to know if cockroaches have any benefit to nature? Well yes they
do, Semi! Despite their bad reputation most roaches play an important role in the natural
world….and we humans may even be able to learn a thing or two from these resilient
creepy creatures. I know it’s tough to see cockroaches as
anything BUT AWFUL and no matter what we do to try and get rid of them, they often outsmart
us. For example, cockroaches eat pretty much anything- your leftover steak, the soap scum
in your bathtub – even the glue on an envelope. Which is actually pretty incredible. Roach
poison takes advantage of that, and tastes sweet to the little buggers, they eat it and
die. But, according to a recent study in the journal Science, some cockroaches EVOLVED
new body chemistry so the poison no longer tastes good, thus no snack and no death. Most people think of cockroaches as household
pests, but there are actually about 4500 different species of cockroach around the world, and
less than 1% of them are the freaky ones that scatter when we turn on the lights. Those
in our homes are often covered in bacteria and fecal matter- it sticks to them, they
ingest it and defecate everywhere. And proteins in their feces, saliva, and eggs are one of
THE BIGGEST causes of allergies and asthma for people living in urban environments. Yuck. And maybe that’s more than you wanted to
know about cockroach feces… Beyond the cities where we live though, it gets better! Cockroach
poop is actually beneficial to the environment! It plays a role in the earth’s nitrogen
cycle. Forest roaches consume decaying organic matter and release its nitrogen back into
the soil through their feces… so it can be used again by plants. Most cockroaches -99.7% of them- live far
away from people…. Mostly in wooded areas .. and they actually do some good in the world.
In some environments, they serve as pollinators for flowers. And by consuming the decaying
vegetation- the microbes inside their gut break down plant materials that are often
indigestible by most mammals which is why some experts call cockroaches nature’s janitors
or decomposers. Now, roaches are also an important source
of FOOD for some species- like centipedes, lizards and birds.
And at least one species of wasp couldn’t live WITHOUT the cockroach. I think this is
really cool! The parasitic emerald wasp stings a cockroach and injects venom into a specific
part of its brain which blocks voluntary movement. The wasp then leads this zombie roach back
to its burrow, lays an egg on it, and when that egg hatches- the larva eats the roach
from the inside out and emerges as a mature wasp . I know it’s kind of disgusting but
isn’t that awesome? Cockroaches can help humans too, by the way.
Because they survive in the filthiest of conditions, their central nervous system produces natural
antibiotics. We’ve found that their natural defenses work even against antibiotic-resistant
bacteria like staph aureas, also known as MRSA. And scientists at Harvard’s Biorobotics Laboratory
are studying the LEGS of cockroaches, too. Cockroach legs are not only springy and flexible-but
they also work together seamlessly so the insect can run at really fast speeds on uneven
ground. By copying these evolutionary advantages, scientists hope to design new prosthetics
and mechanical hands! So there you go Semihc. We love your question
and yes cockroaches really do play an important role in our ecosystem. And….get this- engineers are actually turning
roaches into robots…. You can see how and why in this video So what do you think about cockroaches now?
Tell me down in the comments section down below

COCKROACH IN RICE!

COCKROACH IN RICE!


Big Brothers Show I bought some food for us! Oleee mmm.. chinese food I love food in boxes o it’s really spicy It really has a lot of meat what’s happened? there is a cockroach I’ll help you right now! open your legs thanks Hey hey guys, so what you think about our video? If you do, please like, subscribe and share! and tell us what you think in the comments.

Oggy and the Cockroaches Special Compilation # 90 cartoon for kids огги и тараканы новые серии 2016

Oggy and the Cockroaches Special Compilation # 90 cartoon for kids огги и тараканы новые серии 2016


Oggy and the Cockroaches Special Compilation # 90 cartoon for kids огги и тараканы новые серии 2016 Oggy and the Cockroaches Special Compilation # 90 cartoon for kids огги и тараканы новые серии 2016 Oggy and the Cockroaches Special Compilation # 90 cartoon for kids огги и тараканы новые серии 2016

SHOWERING in COCKROACHES PRANK!!


igmon supper back and got the princess
cake in the right now she’s in the shower getting ready to hang out some
friends of mine got his big cock roaches a whole bunch and who is going to the
bathroom and congressional like it they can tell her she’s not flip out many
people and just try to leave her quick make it on time though I don’t know these net What the heck are those? cladding tried to catch it Are those real cockroaches cashmore? No they are realistic looking fake hissing cockroaches! I wouldn’t put real bugs in the shower with you. Im not insane Oh my gosh that was so scary you got me really good. That was actually pretty funny

カエルVS巨大ゴキブリ-SECOND IMPACT-

カエルVS巨大ゴキブリ-SECOND IMPACT-


This video is a predatory video. People who like cockroaches and who use cockroaches as pets can be offended. We recommend closing your browser. Let’s start! Hello,this is Snake meal channel. I took this video a month ago. I thought it would be monotonous to post only cockroach videos, so I made it private. The number of viewers of the previous work has increased recently. I posted this video because the demand for cockroaches is high. Last time frogs struggled to prey on cockroaches. What will happen this time? This cockroach is black and dark. A frog easily captured a cockroach. Cockroaches desperately resist, but frogs are very powerful. He can’t escape anymore. You can hear cockroaches cry Cloudy water may be a body fluid of cockroaches. Cranwel horned frog completely preyed on the Madagascar cockroach. He caught it easily like a lie that he had a hard time before. Demonstrated his true power. Thank you for watching the video. I’d be happy if you could support me with my channel registration and high evaluation.

Why do I have cockroaches in my home?

Why do I have cockroaches in my home?


Welcome to PestiBytes, from the National Pesticide Information Center at Oregon State University. This is Sandra, and I’m here with Dixie to
talk about cockroaches in the home. Dixie, don’t cockroaches only live in dirty homes? No, cockroaches can survive anywhere they
are able to find food, water, and shelter. They hide in narrow cracks and crevices and forage for food at night. Roaches eat a wide variety of foods and non-food materials, even cardboard, so they can survive even in tidy homes. How can someone prevent roaches from coming
into their home? Roaches get inside homes in a variety of ways,
such as sneaking in on grocery bags and other containers. Always check boxes and bags before
bringing them into the home. Roaches can also come inside from outdoors, and move from one apartment to another through the plumbing and other holes in shared walls. So be sure
to seal visible cracks and holes around doors, windows, baseboards, pipes, and electrical outlets. What should someone do if they find cockroaches in their home? Start by removing sources of food and water.
Fix any water leaks in the kitchen or bathroom, and be sure to cover food, pet food, and garbage containers with lids. Regularly search for signs of cockroaches to find out where they are hiding. This information will help you decide on the best treatment plan. Pesticide products can be used, but always read and follow the label. Consider starting with the
least toxic options available. You can call NPIC, or go to the NPIC web site for more
information on cockroach control. Thanks, Dixie! You’re welcome.