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Question of the Week – Head Tracking

Posted by romeethredge on January 30, 2015

Last week I had a chicken photo and I asked about their talent with their heads. Chickens have an uncanny head tracking ability. You can move their bodies around and they keep their heads in exactly the same position all the time, rock solid.

 Here’s a good video that demonstrates this.

 

 

 

 

This week I have some very small insects I want you to identify. They were brought in to me by some folks that found them in their home.

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Heres’ a closeup.

drainflies

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3 Responses to “Question of the Week – Head Tracking”

  1. Scott said

    They appear to be drain flies.

  2. Eddie Beasley said

    I agree with Scott. The larvae appear to look consistent with that of a drain fly as well.

  3. Yes, Drain Flies, by the hundreds in the house left vacant for a few months.

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