Where most insects fear to tread, a brave beetle feasts on beaver-ravaged cottonwood trees.
Scientists are studying books from hundreds of years ago to learn more about beetles.
Entomologists from North Carolina State University discovered we share our houses with hundreds of different arthropod species.
This feat of collective mimicry is a testament to just how clever evolution can be.
While it's something of a taboo for folks in the U.S., eating insects instead of conventional meat might not be such a bad idea.
What is that bug in your box of flour, sugar, or cake mix?
Wildfires have been happening for millions of years, but how does the environment recover from such widespread destruction? The surprising answer: beetle poop.
Most creatures run the other way when they detect a forest fire, but not beetles of the genus Melanophila, or "fire beetles/bug" or the "fire bug".
The fastest of them are so fast that they travel about 170 times their body length per second.
Is the strongest creature on earth a beetle? Find out on this Moment of Science.