Cockroaches Are Becoming Almost Impossible To Exterminate with Insecticides

A new study found that a species of cockroaches are evolving so quickly that they could soon be impossible to kill with pesticides.

The study from entomologists at Purdue University found German cockroaches are being born with an immunity to some toxins even if they haven't yet been exposed to them. These cockroaches are able to develop an immunity to new pesticides in as quickly as one generation, the study says.

 
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