New study shows that wild insects “grow old” – losing some of their physical abilities – before they die

(Natural News) Humans and crickets have at least one trait in common, according to a recently published U.K. study. As they approach the end of their lives, certain physical capabilities start to diminish in a process some may recognize as “aging.” Many wild insects have brief lifespans, especially when compared to humans. Field crickets, for example,…

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