Real insect sex relations
In this region, "insect fossils are so good we can see the detailed structure, including the hair," Shih said.
‘They were then grabbed by both wings so that they were unable to twist around and sting. And, while most bees would at least survive, honey bees die after stinging someone. Dr Mark Griffiths, a chartered psychologist and Professor of Behavioural Addiction at Nottingham Trent University, suspects the fetish is ‘incredibly rare, if it exists at all’, although he concedes people do catch stinging insects for sexual purposes.It reveals that, at least for a group of sap-sucking insects called froghoppers, sex hasn't changed much over the last 165 million years.Rare finds Fossils of insects copulating usually trapped in amber are fairly rare, with only about 40 found around the world known to date, said study co-author Chung Kun Shih, a visiting professor from Capital Normal University in China.In an example of the inhumane life experienced by the children, one nine-year-old girl was found who could not hear nor write or speak.She was unable to bathe or dry herself and did not know how to use a toilet.