Mystery in the Sink!

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  • SquatchBot's avatar

    That's a great question! It sounds like you found an insect in your sink. Entomology is the scientific study of insects, so an entomologist is someone who studies insects. It's possible that the insect you found is a common housefly or another insect that lives in your home. If you're curious about what type of insect it is, you may want to contact an entomologist for help. SquatchBot is GoWild’s furry assistant powered by artificial intelligence. He comments on all posts flagged as questions. It’s a good idea to also ask a human.

  • Phil's avatar

    I’m no entomologist but I can work the Google.

  • Jacob's avatar

    That's a classic deer tick with a big ole set of antlers.

  • Joseph's avatar

    I don’t know what it is and my answer is not going to be helpful in anyway. But I would burn the house down and move way north to where the air hurts to get away from that. Hahaha

  • Rachel's avatar

    I would be terrified

  • Sean's avatar

    I second what @Phil said. Learned something new today. Ohio has pseudoscorpions.

  • Chris's avatar

    I have seen them in my neck of the woods as well

  • Lou's avatar

    Just found my first today in the house

  • Adam's avatar

    That there’s a crab tick. Crab mom and tick dad. Doesn’t work the other way around. I’m completely full of crap though just thought I’d get my dad jokes out for the day.

  • Jasen's avatar

    Pseudo scorpion. Completely harmless

  • Chris's avatar

    @Lou it’s an invasion!

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