One of the most unpleasant insects to humans is the cockroach, as it has become quite unsightly in the eyes of humans and a difficult species to destroy. However, a carnivorous species has recently been discovered that was thought to no longer exist.
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The discovery was made through research by a student at the University of Sydney’s Faculty of Biological Sciences in Australia, which led to the discovery of a giant, carnivorous cockroach thought to have gone extinct in the 1930s.
Where does this species of carnivorous cockroach live?
One characteristic of the carnivorous cockroach is that, unlike many species of this insect, it does not have wings. In addition, another feature is based on the fact that it can only live on Lord Howe Island.
student Maxim Adam, who was working closely with scientist Nicholas Carlile on the North Bay beaches, a site that is very remote and accessible only by water and walking. At this place, by picking up a stone lying on the way, the student discovered a rare species of giant carnivorous cockroach.
For the first 10 seconds, I was like ‘no, this can’t be’. I mean, I pulled up the first rock under this huge banyan tree, and there it was.
How big is the giant carnivorous cockroach?
The strange species of cockroach has the following measurements, ranging between 22 and 40 millimeters in length, reports Student and Scientist.
Thought extinct 80 years ago, honors student Maxim Adams has rediscovered Lord Howe Island’s wood-eating cockroaches
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