Live Roach Cam
Have you ever wondered what pests like scorpions, ants, spiders, and roaches do when weâ€™re not watching them? Well, wonder no more! I bring you the live roach cam. Itâ€™s a 24-7-365 live feed of cockroaches living in a miniature apartment, aka a dollhouse.
Watch the roaches eat, mate, crawl around, and just hang out.
Itâ€™s like watching an episode of The Jersey Shore, except more exciting and with less disease.
The window in the apartment looks to be a green screen thatâ€™s playing something on a loop. Today it happens to be the Ellen DeGeneres Show; yesterday it was cars driving by. Watch closely, and you can see the roaches crawling around on top of the furniture and under the fridgeâ€¦ Much like a roach would do in a standard apartment.
Whatâ€™s next, a live feed of penguins, sea nettles, or leafcutter ants?
Yup! You guessed it!
You can watch about any critter you want on a live cam nowadays. All of these live feeds of living creatures, including the live roach cam, come to you via Animal Planet, and their new website APL.TV.
There are also live feeds for Beluga whales, calves, osprey, chicks, wild birds, and the Pacific Reef.
Cockroaches are one of this countryâ€™s most hardy pests, and maybe the most disgusting. They come into our homes in search of food and water, spreading disease as they go. Cockroaches will eat almost anything. In fact, cockroaches have been known to eat blood, hair, wood, glue, leather, and fecal matter.
Cockroaches in the home spread diseases like: polio, typhoid fever, leprosy, and bubonic plaque. They have also been shown to cause allergic reactions in humans, and are linked to asthma. Other unpleasant side effects roaches can cause are food poisoning, dysentery, diarrhea, parasitic worms, and urinary track infections. In addition to all of those, cockroaches also carry over 40 different types of bacteria.
Did I mention cockroaches are disgusting insects? Roaches are better left to watch on a live roach cam, and are definitely not something you want in your home. If you do have them in your home, get Bulwark Cockroach Control.