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This is just bzzz-serk! A semi-truck carrying a load a honey bees overturned on Washington interstate on Friday, scattering boxes of nearly 14 million live honey bees across the highway. Beekeepers frantically used smoke to calm and reload the bees before the sun came up and rising temperatures would agitate them. Click here for more on this bzz-worthy story.

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Magnolia trees are beautiful plants found throughout the South. We're lucky in Florida to be surrounded by their glossy green leaves and beautiful fragrant flowers. Unfortunately, magnolia trees are prone to scaling. If the problem is severe enough, branches die and the tree is weakened which can severely slow growth. Our technicians at Falcon Lawn & Pest have the knowledge and expertise to eradicate scale as well as other common diseases and pests that threaten your landscape. We offer FREE inspections and will create a customized plan to fit the unique needs of your home and yard.

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In what is sure to be one of this summers biggest blockbuster films, Marvel Entertainment has released a trailer for a trailer, which will debut soon. Check out the trailer for the trailer below:

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All pests problems are not created equal. Different landscapes and climates throughout the United States determine the pests that are most common in that area. So while your cousin in Utah is weary of ticks, you are trying to ward off mosquitoes and ants in your Florida home. We love this guide that breaks down pest problems by region from our friends at NPMA.


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We aren't the only ones that crave sweets and salty snacks! A recent study from North Carolina State University revealed that ants in cities crave junk food, just like us. Ants that live on sidewalks in big cities have carbon isotope levels that more closely match those found in humans as a result of similar diets, while ants in parks have lower levels because they aren't eating primarily "human" foods. Suddenly, picnic cartoons of ants stealing our food are not so far-fetched!


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