Unnoticed at first, the bug crept up Manu Raju’s jacket, over his shoulder and then disappeared behind his neck. Seconds later, Raju felt the bug, threw it off his body and let out a groan of disgust along with a few four-letter words:
“These bugs with their black bodies, striking red eyes and orange-veined wings are not considered pests despite their menacing appearance,” the National Centers for Environmental Information said on its website.
Try telling that to people who find them crawling up their necks.
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