Flying insects use all sorts of creative methods to get from from point A to point B. About 54.5 million to 37 million years ago, at least one species of beetle was using wings that looked like helicopter propellers to get around, Science News reports. (Source: Prehistoric Beetle Had Wings Like Helicopter Blades - Mental Floss) … Continue reading A Thang With Wangs
To be, to be A butterfly. To fly, up high, In the wide, blue sky. Oh me, oh my, What's this I do spy? A hawk out for meat, When last did she eat? Oh crunch, I'm lunch... To be, to be, A bumblebee.