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(Japan Today)   Experts debate if cockroaches are truly thriving during the pandemic, or if they are simply more visible due to our being home more often to witness their antics   ( divider line
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2021-04-14 4:31:08 AM  
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2021-04-14 7:59:31 AM  
Cockroaches are always thriving. It's what they do.
2021-04-14 8:07:41 AM  
They're 350 million years old. They always thrive.

/Join two cockroaches together one on top of the other with a small glass tube. Cut the legs off the top one, and the head off the bottom one. Watch the joined cockroaches live for weeks hunting and eating quite happily.
2021-04-14 8:55:56 AM  
In my case, they're more visible because I moved from the mountains to the Chihuahuan Desert, where the they thrive better because of the lower elevation and higher population and warmer temperatures.  It doesn't help that rentals down here are dumps, landlords don't care, tenants don't care.  At least with my current one the infestation is with the neighbors and they wander into my house, unlike the last one where the infestation was inside the house.
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