Earwig anatomy, video


This 26 June 2018 video says about itself:

What Do Earwigs Do With Those Pincers Anyway? | Deep Look

Earwigs are equipped with some pretty imposing pincers on their rear, and they’re not afraid to use them. But when it comes to these appendages, size isn’t everything.

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3 thoughts on “Earwig anatomy, video

    • The video (Dr Zink )says about this:

      Do earwigs climb into your ear? The quick answer is no. Earwigs are not interested in climbing into your ear to lay their eggs or otherwise. They’re no more likely than any other bug to accidentally find its way into you ear. The name earwig come from the old English words for ear and insect. It may have been named after the shape of the common European earwig’s wings, which when extended resemble a human ear.

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