Universal 'Death Stench' Repels Bugs of All Types


Fri, Sep 11th, 2009 20:54 by capnasty NEWS

Next time you're faced with a serious bug infestation, you might try spraying your house with eau-de-death. Scientists have discovered that insects from cockroaches to caterpillars all emit the same stinky blend of fatty acids when they die, and this sinister stench sends bugs of all kinds running for their lives.



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