Ep. 9. Poison Ivy Getting Worse and Beetles Escape Through Frog's Rear End
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Increasing levels of CO2 is one of the driving factors for global climate change. This same CO2 also happens to be vital for plant growth via photosynthesis. As a result, fast-growing plants, such as poison ivy, are actually becoming more abundant and more hazardous.


If you were eaten by a frog, how would you survive? Well, these water beetles survive by swimming 'downstream'.


And lastly, here is a link to provide you nightmares of swarms of fungus gnat larvae.


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