At home or on the road, insects and critters can be a pain when we travel. Here are our picks for travel pests.
Stink bugs are here ' encased in the patio door, inside the home. Beware: If you kill them, the stink bomb is released.
Easily identified by the red marking on its abdomen, the black widow spider is the most venomous spider in North America.
The cicadas' annoying clicking sound is heard throughout the mid-Eastern and Atlantic regions 365 days a year.
Where there is standing water, there is a mosquito ' waiting patiently to suck your blood.
Nothing to fear from this pest but fear itself. They're big and some fly. Watch out for cockroachs.
Known to some as "rats with wings," pigeons beg for food in cities both big and small. Just say no.
We love their honey but not their sting. Be careful when hiking or playing outside. If you're allergic, take your meds!
Jelly fish reside in lakes and oceans all over the world. Some are small, some are big; watch out for the ones that sting!
Pesky critters that like to scurry down city streets and dumpster dive, rats are unpleasant and oversized vermin.
Is that a tick on your back? Always check yourself and your dog for ticks after a walk in the woods or tall grass.
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