Centipedes can be found living all throughout the world in forests, rain forests, mountains, scrub forests and desert biomes. Most centipedes need moist places to survive, but some of them can live in dry areas, such as ... More »

To keep centipedes away from a home, make sure that the foundation of the house is not constantly damp. Check to see if there are any cracks in it, and repair them to prevent insects from entering the house through the c... More »

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To eliminate house centipedes, reduce the available moisture and food sources inside the home, and apply pesticides if the infestation is serious. Eliminating centipedes requires consistent management of the environment. More »

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Crickets live in marshes, forests, swamps and deserts all over the world, with over 120 species in the United States alone. Crickets thrive in moist, humid areas with an abundance of plants. They can often be found under... More »

Stick insects primarily live in forests and grasslands of tropical or subtropical regions. Some species live in more temperate climates. Stick insects feed on leaves and are notable for their camouflage that resembles st... More »

A count of the number of rain forests left in the world is not available, but as of 2014, rain forests account for less than 2 percent of the Earth and are habitat for 50 percent of animals and plants. Several thousand y... More »

Most parrots live in habitats such as woodlands, subtropical and tropical rain forests and alpine forests. Other species of parrots that are nicknamed snowbirds can be found living in colder, snowy alpine areas. Parrots ... More »