Britons will be eating jellyfish and algae milk by 2169, report says
Prepare for grasshopper-based pasta
Recoiling at Sainsbury's edible insects is classic Western supremacy
For example, cows are sacred in India, the world’s second most populous country, but that doesn’t stop us from ordering them rare with a side of peppercorn sauce and fries
Heatwaves driven by climate change 'making insects infertile'
Effect of extreme heat on sperm could be behind global insect declines
Trillions of flies buzz around the planet. Is it such a bad thing?
They spread disease, damage crops and don't mind eating decomposing bodies... but is having trillions of flies buzzing around the planet such a bad thing?
Diving flies use bubble submarines to survive underwater
Insects have a water-repellent coating that enables their ‘incredibly weird’ behaviour
Doctor pulls 2cm long cockroach from Hendrik Helmer's ear
The creature crawled into his ear as he slept
Theo Walcott can return 'better and stronger' says Arsenal team-mate
The forward has been ruled out for six months