What is the word for the fear of being touched by a bug chicken bug?
you have to go to hospital amidiantly?
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The fear of bugs is called entomophobia. This can include the fearof bees, but not the fear of spiders, as spiders are not reallybugs.
Herpetophobia- Fear of reptiles or creepy, crawly things
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\n. \nThe most common way to get over a fear of bugs is to desensitize yourself to it. Expose yourself in small doses to bugs. Say be in the same room as an insect, then when… you're comfortable with that move a little closer, add another bug...etc It wont be a quick fix cure- it may take a while but it's the most sure way to do it. You have to convince yourself nothing bad will happen because there is a bug nearby.
It really depends on what kind of bug your scared of you could be an aracnophobic which means you have a fear of spiders or aracnids like scorpians but I don't know any others…
The fear of bugs is called Entomophobia or sometimes Insectophobia.
yea...only on poptropica tho,not in the real life (my name is Amber and i have light blue eyes,light bonde hair,a good tan,no warts,no caviteys,and 12 years old).
It depends on the age and type of the chick. But for most types after six to eight months.
Fear of Spiders is considered "Arachnophobia". This is very common among people due to not knowing what spiders are capable of. While most spiders may be poisonous, others may… be friendly such as tarantulas.
Perhaps you are thinking of Foghorn Leghorn, a fat and overbearing rooster who is generally having a feud with the local dog. His voice was an impersonation of a radio persona…lity called Col. Cleghorn.
The short answer is yes, chickens will eat bugs. However, bugs are not part of an industry type chicken's diet. Only yard birds or "free range" chicks have the opportunity to …sample insects. If you have yard birds or a pet flock, I would feed them standard poultry feed and leave it to them to find insects to feed on while they are roaming.
beetles and ladybug and other parisites like worms