The common question is, what goes on in a dog’s head? And that’s something I’ve wondered more than once about. What goes on in an animal’s heads? For instance, do lions know that they are predators located on top of the food chain? Do they know humans exist? Are they scared of us, do they feel emotion? And what about their language, do lions talk to one another? What do their roars mean? Apparently lions communicate with roars, so how does their “communication” work? Did somebody or something develop the lion’s language? What about other animals like spiders? Do spiders only know to run from larger creatures and to make webs to catch flies? Is there more to the life of a spider? Are animals like robots, with only one purpose and know only to do a certain thing? I’ve learned that some animals teach their children certain things, but what about animals who weren’t taught anything? Is it a natural instinct to know what to do from birth? And what is having wings like, the ability to fly? What would happen to a bird or mosquito who got tired and stopped flapping their wings? There are so many different animals I want to learn about, like how a dodo bird was able to consume rocks (sadly they are extinct now), how a pufferfish expands itself to become larger, and how it feels to be a massive whale.
What do you do against cockroaches? The vile creatures of the earth do not leave. They are fast, they can climb, and they run into small vents that we cannot reach. What is your solution when you fear bug traps will only make the problem worse? If you think about it, wouldn’t cockroach traps create a problem by luring more cockroaches into your home? Although the traps may work, and get rid of a few roaches, wouldn’t roaches from other places smell the scent and come? Maybe blocking off the entries and exits would stop them, but there are probably so many, and even if I blocked them all, who says they can’t find new openings, or even make new openings? Then the only logical solution would be to spray oils and smells that the roaches hate everywhere so they leave your home, but those smells might be a nuisance to your nose too. Recently this month, I’ve noticed some extra large roaches and it shocks me to see them so big. I’ve noticed that they try to avoid movement (meaning your footsteps, and other large object movement, like a chair with wheels). I’ve wondered, why are the roaches there? My family and I keep clean and there should be no food on the ground for the roaches to find and eat. So why here of all places? And something even more strange is that I found a roach laying on its back like a turtle, trying to flip itself. How would the cockroach manage to get itself flipped? It wasn’t that nearby to a wall, so it couldn’t have flipped itself while climbing. I searched it up and it turns out that they have neurotoxins which are poisons that can trigger muscle spasms. Whatever spasms they want to have, all that will happen to them afterwards, is receive a nice smacking.Well until I find a better solution to roaches in my home, I guess I’ll keep doing it the old fashioned way. Smacking it to death with a shoe.