America Beware!: Killer Insects

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9781478380993: America Beware!: Killer Insects
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Book by Gipson Therlee

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Introduction I was inspired to write this book "America BEWARE! (Killer Insects)" to inform the general public on information that could be helpful to them. Especially in Texas. Although there are not many deadly insects in North America there are a few that can have fatal effects on humans. Of the 4 deadliest insects found in the United States, two of them are Spiders and the others are Bees and Scorpions. These possibly deadly insects are found in tropical, arid climates in the Southern and Western United States. Most dangerous insects found in the United States are located in Southern Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Southern California, and Colorado. Although deadly insect species are mainly found in these States they can also be seen in Louisiana, Missouri, Mississippi, Nebraska, Kansas, and Tennessee. Learn some facts about the Black Widow and Tarantula Spiders, the Striped Scorpion, and Africanized Bees so you can keep yourself safe in warmer climates. This book intention is to help the user obtain information at his/her finger tip. Chapters in this book includes: Tarantula Spiders Mosquitoes West Nile Virus Transmitted by Mosquitoes Malaria Transmitted by Mosquitoes Africanized Killer Bees Red Imported Fire Ants Black Widow Spiders Brown Recluse Spiders Ticks, Fleas, Mites & Scorpions There are some tips in this book, "America BEWARE! (Killer Insects)" on symptoms and treatments of stings and bites and what to do in case of an emergency. I hope you enjoy this book and give it as a gift to a love one or a friend. Thank you in advance. The author Therlee Gipson

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