实验:臭氧能杀死蟑螂吗?

实验:臭氧能杀死蟑螂吗?


A fan from Taiwan recently emailed me He said that because he just had a baby So he’s been doing research on sterilization He found online that ozone has such function So he bought an ozone machine He also learned that when the ozone density is high, it’s harmful to human body So he caught a mouse to test He put the mouse and ozone machine in a box Then tested for half a day Guess what happened to this mouse This mouse committed suicide Do you believe it Things That Make Animals Suicide What a cruel torture Then he said he wanted to know Can ozone kill some pests Such as cockroaches He wanted me to test it It sounded like a good idea to me. So let’s try it today on Ozone’s ability to kill cockroaches To test whether ozone can kill cockroaches I placed an order online to get an ozone machine It can make three grams of ozone per hour Sounds very light But you need to know The density of the gas is very low So three grams is actually a lot. Then i will Put cockroaches in this jar Do you still remember this jar? Here is an entrance, here is an exit It was originally tested for the harm of cigarettes We let a roach smoke 20 cigarettes After putting the roach in I will plug the tube of the ozone machine in from here So that ozone can go in While having the exit to Connect with the outside So that gas can circulate to eliminate the factor of suffocation Also because the jar is small So the ozone density will be high Then let’s start the experiment There are two healthy American cockroaches in the jar Why put two It’s to ensure that observations are more informative You can see This jar is connected through this tube to the ozone machine Next Let’s start the ozone machine One minute later Acting normally, but seem agitated Three minutes later Wings start to flap Five minutes later Start to fall off more often 10 minutes later Climinb ability is weakened 15 minutes later Mobility is weakened obviously 20 minutes later Out of balance 30 minutes later Hard to flip over 40 minutes later Moving very slowly Interval twitching 50 minutes later Can barely move One hour later Alive, but sruggling After an hour of ozone making Two roaches in the jar Look dead But does this mean that ozone can kill roaches(at home)? Of course not Because when this type of ozone machine is used at home It is impossible to achieve such a high indoor density If it really reaches that high Even if you kill the roaches People might be expected to die the same way And in the same room Actually I had put some other roaches This enclosed room is only seven or eight square meters So the ozone density will not be very low. But those roaches are all safe and sound I also did some research There is indeed relevant information indicating That ozone is used in agriculture Used to kill some pests But usually very small pests Like aphid Ozone is more useful for sterilization than killing pests So expecting to use this ozone machine to eliminate cockroaches is not realistic As for what’s mentioned by the fan in the beginning Why the mouse committed suicide I think it’s because it was in a small confined space Very high density of ozone Makes the poor mouse feel very uncomfortable So he finally chose to end its life The fact is that when the ozone density is relatively high, It’s really harmful to the human body When I used this machine I could smell it very clearly Very peculiar taste So if you want to use these machines at home It ’s better to be cautious The advice is that when using it People and pets had better leave the house Ok That’s it for today’s video What else would you like to see for a pest control product review Tell me in the comments below See you next time Update: the next day, two roaches in the jar both died, but the roaches in the box were normal Footage of entire activities in the jar

Why Cockroaches Are So Hard to Kill – What Can I Do… 2019


They say, if you see a single cockroach running
around freely in the day time…Then you probably have hundreds tightly hidden away in your
homes’ kitchen cabinets, wall baseboards, in furniture, bathrooms, in TV monitors, or
wherever they might have set up shop in your home or dwelling. Cockroaches are like the elite commandos of
the insect world; they are resilient, robust, quick, stealthy and adaptive. They move under the cover of darkness, are
purpose driven and highly motivated .If the cockroach sees you first; it can be extremely
hard to catch and kill. But killing one or a few amongst the growing
hundreds, is only a tiny step towards total victory over a roach problem. A single female cockroach can have 150 offspring
each year. So if left unchecked, a roach problem can
turn into a cockroach infestation in a quick period of time. Getting rid of cockroaches for good will be
difficult, especially if you’re not aware of what you’re up against. Using an aerosol insecticide and spraying
a few confirmed and suspect spots does little, if nothing towards destroying a growing roach
colony. You have to get at the main cockroach nest
with the poison. Roaches thrive in warm, dark, damp areas where
they have access to a food source. They can also thrive in dry conditions, Cockroaches
are scavengers so any fresh or fermenting food such as, fruit or any type of organic
matter will do. Even wood glue or the insulation covering
electrical wires are a banquet for these critters. How do roaches get in your home? Boxes brought home from the a grocery store. A roach can go undetected as it lives between
the cracks and seams of a cardboard box from a grocery store or food plant. Cardboard boxes are one of the most ideal
places roaches like to live and breed. Certain types of cardboard boxes to watch
out for are the corrugated types that usually hold fruits and vegetables mainly. Used furniture A single cockroach can live off the glue of
a postage stamp for about one year. Some coffee tables, couches, countertops,
have some degree of glue in the construction. Cockroaches can thrive and multiply from eating
the glue from these types of furniture. These house items are also prone to having
debris of food crumbs in or around its general area, enough to make them ideal for roaches. So check very well before you buy second hand
furniture off the internet or from containter auctions if you plan to use them in your own
home. Hitched a ride in Roaches can be brought into your dwelling
on someone’s clothing such as a jacket or carry bag, or even, from inside shoes. Roaches commonly will go into warm shoe while
foraging, as shoes are sometimes damp and dark. These conditions are perfect for a juvenile,
foraging cockroach. This is just one of the many ways roaches
get transported to their new homes. However, one roach can’t start an empire in
your home, it takes two or more and the living conditions must be roach friendly. Usually, cockroach nests or roach concentrations
will be found under or in kitchen or bathroom cabinets’, sinks, under refrigerators, or
tucked in open seams or crevices along, under and around a kitchen counter top, where it’s
usually be dark and damp. Sometimes a fresh supply of food is unwittingly
supplied as garbage and organic bins are sometimes kept under sinks in some kitchens, providing
the perfect conditions for the roaches to live and breed. Aerosol Insecticides Generally, there are many chemical and non-chemical
insecticides available on the market that will kill the common cockroach. With the aerosol spray insecticide, the spray
must come in direct contact with the roach before it can kill the roach. Even though roaches leave sent trials for
other roaches to follow, not all roaches will take the same route and not all cockroaches
will need to venture out to look for food. This means in order to be effective using
an aerosol spray insecticide, you must get up close and personal and spray directly onto
the roach or nest making sure that no spot is missed in and around that infested area. Some spray insecticides will last for up to
2 weeks on a surface that has been sprayed however; the effectiveness starts diminishing
as soon as the oxygen in the air begins to interact with the insecticide liquid. Due to government regulations the chemical
formulas used in store bought household insecticides have gotten weaker and less effective in killing
roaches. The effectiveness of store bought insecticides
has diminished over the years. In addition; being millions of years old,
the cockroach is a genetic marvel, one of the true survivor species. Over the years the common cockroach it has
adapted and become more immune to most store-bought insecticides. Insecticide Powder or Insecticide Chalk Powdered insecticides and chalk insecticides
are low poisonous, powerful and highly effective in killing roaches, as well as others critters
such as: ants, lice and louse. This type of insecticide is spread, in the
areas where the roach activity is seen frequently like garbage bin areas, under kitchen cabinets
and also along baseboards. However, you have to be ready and and able
to get down on your hands and knees to apply the product to the areas. When the cockroach comes in contact with the
powder with any part of its body, the insect’s nervous system will fail to function and it
will die within 4 to 10 hours. The exposed roaches will bring the poison
that’s on its body, back to the nest area, and spread the poison through-out the whole
roach colony, which will in-turn, wipe them out for good. The active ingredient in the most of the highly
effective chalk and powdered insecticide formulas is Boric Acid. Boric acid is non toxic, odourless and safe
for the environment, humans and pets. Chalk type insecticide As shown in one of the pictures. Miraculous Chalk Insecticide has been around
since 1987. It’s made in China but can be found in any
of the Asian, markets However; this product has been said to be toxic in large doses so
not the best thing to have around if you have small children or pets. Hiring an Exterminator Hiring a professional pest control company
to come and do the job can be costly. However, there is huge value in spending the
money on getting rid of vermin from your home. The 2 or 3 hundred dollars you spend on a
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Warrior Wasp Adventure!

Warrior Wasp Adventure!


(creepy music) – I just know that if
this is more painful than the Bullet Ant, it’s
gonna be one, rough evening for Coyote Peterson. (mellow music) What I’m gonna try to do is
see if I can get Harvester Ants on my hands and let them bite
and sting me for 60 seconds. If you guys want me to be stung
by the Bullet Ant someday, I think you have to
walk before you can run. (grunts) Ah, there’s
one in my neck. Mario, get the one off my neck. (suspenseful music) This is crazy guys,
this is crazy. My nerve’s going this
much for the Velvet Ants. I can’t imagine what
the Tarantula Hawk
and the Bullet Ant are gonna be like. Ow. (grunts) Oh my gosh, guys. It’s super bad. You could feel, go all
the way under the skin. This is the worst
sting I’ve ever taken. There’s no question ’bout it. It’s worse than a Harvester
Ant, it’s worse than a Fire Ant. Now they say that the
sting of a Tarantula Hawk, it’s like being
stunned with taser, all you can do is scream. (dramatic music) Ah. I can’t move my arm. (grunts) Guys, I don’t know. I don’t know, I don’t know. Actually seen the
Bullet Ant face to face, Coyote pack, it is
unbelievably intimidating. (dramatic music) (grunts) Oh, it’s sucking my arm. It’s sucking my arm. (grunts) It’s stinger’s into
my arm, look at that. Oh my gosh, oh my gosh. The Warrior Wasp is in
a league of it’s own. And it is rumored that
this does in fact have the most painful sting
in the insect kingdom. Whoa. (suspenseful music) That is an enormous nest
of angry Warrior Wasps. Stay tuned coyote pack,
the Warrior Wasp challenge is coming. (suspenseful music) The climatic end to my climb
of the insect sting pain index is just days away. Will the Warrior Wasp sting
be the worse I’ve ever taken? Stay tuned and in case
you somehow missed it, make sure to go back and
watch my painful encounter with the one and
only Bullet Ant. And don’t forget, subscribe. So you can join me and
the crew on this season of breaking trail. Two. Oh my gosh, this is it. Three. (animal howls)

Cockroaches!

Cockroaches!


Hi guys, welcome back to Animal Wonders Insects are the most numerous animals on our planet We’ve identified over eight hundred thousand species and scientists estimate there may be more like ten million species What makes them so successful is their diversity. Some of their adaptations are so extreme that they look like they came out of a sci-fi story. While all insects are interesting, Today I want to focus on just one group, and then one specific species. Today, let’s talk about cockroaches. Most people aren’t thrilled when they think about a cockroach. And that’s understandable, because lots of people have had to deal with them as pests. But I think cockroaches are awesome. Did you know that there are about four thousand species of cockroaches? But only about about thirty species are considered pests Most cockroach species live in niche habitats away from human populations. Which is probably a good thing, because some tropical species can get huge. Some have four inch bodies, others have seven inch wingspans and there are even some that can weigh up to eighty-eight grams Here’s one of the larger species: the Madagascar Hissing Cockroach I’m wearing a glove because recently I’ve become severely allergic to cockroaches but I still want to share them with you because I think they’re really cool. These guys live on the forest floors of Madagascar and they make their living eating dead plants and animals and fallen fruit Let’s take a closer look at these guys First, you’ll notice that they don’t have any wings, like other species. And what you thought was their head is really the hard armor on their back. Their head is actually underneath, right here And here you can see their eyes and their antennae Now, look at these two next to each other. Can you see the difference between their antennae? The one on the left is thick and fuzzy, while the one on the right is skinny and smooth. Now, there’s another between them too. Can you see it? Check out these bumps. These raised portions are used like horns and only the males have them They use them to fight for territory and access to females. So this one with the fuzzy antennae and horns is a male, and his name is Rick. And this one with the smooth antennae and the smaller bumps is the female. Her name is Sue But do you know what’s really neat? Rick and Sue are descendants of cockroaches that lived hundreds of millions of years ago. Prehistoric cockroach fossils have been dated back to three hundred fifty million years ago And modern day cockroaches date back to about two hundred million years ago During this time cockroaches have adapted to be the ultimate survivors. They can eat just about anything and they can survive without food for up to six weeks. They can do this because they have a secret sidekick. Intercellular bacteroids live inside specific cells in every cockroach. And they’re passed from mother to offspring. This bacteria produces all the amino acids and vitamins that the cockroach needs to survive So that’s how cockroaches can live off foods that are lacking nutrients, like grease, or the glue on the back of a stamp. Cockroaches begin life as a little tiny egg that’s often carried around inside the mother or deposited in a safe location. Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches like Sue, will carry thirty to sixty eggs inside her in a special case called an ootheca. After about sixty day, the nymphs hatch out inside her body, and then she gives birth to live young. The babies molt six times before reaching maturity at seven months old. Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches are unusually long-lived insects with a lifespan of two to five years In order to reach five years old, they also have to survive by not getting eaten, so they use camouflage to blend in, but they also really like to hide, the smaller the space, the better. They are thigmotropic, meaning they feel most comfortabe when their bodies are in contact with something solid, preferably from all sides. So maybe we should go hug a cockroach! Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches have a unique way of interacting with each other The males have a hierarchy which they establish by duking it out with their horns but they also have verbal communication too. It’s pretty common for vertebrates to use their respiratory system to produce sounds Like birdsong, or human voices or hissing snakes. But most insects make noise by rubbing two body parts together, like crickets. Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches defy the rules and produce their sounds by expelling air our of their spiracles Spiracles are tiny holes that run along their body that they use to breathe. The males actually have three distinct hisses that they use for communication They’ll hiss at each other during battles and usually the louder hisser is the winner They also have a warning hiss that they do when they’re startled And they’ll hiss to impress the ladies. It’s even thought that they know the difference between familiar cockroaches and strangers Which is so cool! Speaking of neat behaviors, have you ever heard of the study done by Pavlov, where he would ring a bell just before feeding his dogs? Eventually, the dogs began associating the bell with food, and so they would start drooling when they heard it, because they thought food was coming. Well, the same study was done on cockroaches and guess what happened? The cockroaches drooled too. When I watch our cockroach colony, I’m amazed by their little world Full of hierarchies determined by horn battles eating whatever they want, dramatic courtships and really, everyone just wants to be hugged. Getting to spend time with cockroaches in an unorthodox way like caring for and propagating a colony instead of viewing them as pests in my home has allowed me to see them in a different light. They’re incredibly interesting and it makes me wonder what else there is to learn about other often overlooked species. I can’t wait to find out, and I hope you keep wondering too. If you’d like to go on an adventure with us every week subscribe to our youtube channel Animal Wonders Montanna And if you have any questions for me, you can leave them in the comments below and we’ll see you next week