Stink Bug Love Artist and writer Beth Surdut listens to ravens and paddles with alligators in wild and scenic places. But she also knows that true adventure can be found just outside your window -- and sometimes, it's pretty racy Watching two big black stink bugs mate is about as exciting as watching a tortoise race. No, I take that back. Two stink bugs had assumed the position—stacked on top of each other, his belly on her back, his head over her head, and not moving for a very long time—causing me to wonder if he does his reproductive duty and then dies in the saddle—when a third enterprising beetle tried to join in by crawling on top. Each beetle has six legs, so, for a moment, it looked like an X-rated Rockettes rehearsal.
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