What If All The Bugs In The World Disappeared?


Lets face it, bugs suck. They sting us, bite us, infect us…and frankly…they
just annoy us in general. Bugs aren’t only annoying, they spread diseases
that kill hundreds of thousands of people every year. But would we really be better off without
them? Hello and welcome back to lifes biggest questions,
I’m charlotte dobre. Don’t forget to give this video a thumbs
up and subscribe for more. Today, Lifes biggest questions asks, what
if all the bugs died? There are a LOT of insects on planet earth. There are 7 billion people on planet earth,
and insects outnumber humans by at least 1000 to 1. You do the math. Insects were one of the first animals to transition
from sea to land. They were around way before the dinosaurs,
some 170 million years before. There would definitely be some pros if all
the bugs died. Mosquito borne Diseases like malaria and dengue
fever infect millions of people on this planet every year. Fleas terrorize our pets. Bed bugs and termites infiltrate our homes. Without bugs, all of those issues would disappear. If there were no insects, farmers wouldn’t
have to use insecticides anymore…500 million pounds of chemicals are sprayed on plants
in the united states alone to prevent crops from being eaten. Insecticides control pests, yes, but they
can poison people and get into water supplies. Not to mention, they are are really bad for
the environment. But if there were no more insects… there
will also be very few plants in the first place. Truthfully, without bugs, the world would
begin to fall apart. Around 80 percent of the plants on earth are
Angiosperms , which are flowering plants that need to be pollenated by, you guessed it,
insects. Insects physically transfer pollen from a
male anther to a female stigma inside a flower. Yes, animals and birds can pollenate plants
as well, but the majority of pollination is done by insects like bees, butterflies and
beetles. Without insects, most plants on earth would
disappear, and that poses a big problem. Plants make up anywhere from 50 to 90 percent
of the human diet, and Plants also feed the animals and birds we eat. What are 7 billion people going to eat if
most plants and animals disappear? If all the bugs died, that sets off a domino
effect where the end result is the starvation of most life on earth. Bugs also assist funghi in decomposing organic
matter like carcasses. Without bugs to help along decomposition,
dead bodies and dead trees will linger around much longer. Without bugs, we would have none of the things
produced by bugs either. That means no honey and definitely no silk. Honey and silk have been around since the
beginning of human history, an you imagine a world without either of those things? And the scary thing is, bees are already dying
off at an alarming rate, and so are many other insects. Thanks to pesticides, disease and habitat
loss, many insect populations are declining, especially that of honey bees. Honey bees are extremely vital. They pollenate 70 of the 100 crop species
that feed 90 percent of the world. To break it down, honey bees are responsible
for 30 billion dollars’ worth of crops every year. Humans are affecting insect populations in
other ways as well. Climate change is affecting the hatching of
insects and blooming flowers in the spring. Insects need to hatch within weeks of flowers
first beginning to bloom, in order for fertilization to occur. Even pesky mosquitos have a role to play. They are easy for predators to catch and they
are apparently delicious. Lizards, frogs, fish, spiders and other insects
rely on mosquitos as a primary foodsource. So, to wrap it up, even though bugs are annoying
and sometimes deadly, but if they died off, we would be in a terrible position. Thank you so much for watching this video
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100 thoughts on “What If All The Bugs In The World Disappeared?

  1. Only 1 species of bee is endangered, the honey bee population has been increasing sine 2009. Why do they say birds and animals.

  2. Save the bees!!!AND THE INSECTS!!!!!!!!!!!😨😨😨😱😱😱😒😒😭

  3. Sometimes I wish that all then pesky bugs would die, and more pretty and more useful biugs would pop up to take there place!

  4. I hate Roaches
    With there crepply shaped head..and there loud running and..there weird shaped wings and..way that there Immortal
    Well almost

  5. What if we only took away mosquitos? And what about the roaches? Other insects could do the same job, couldn't they?

  6. the rule of earth would pass to ocean life. and give it a million years, insects will reevolve, go onto land and repopulate. it would be quiet and peaceful in the oceans.

  7. Bugs are impossible to destroy any type of bug is hard to kill. I have a good idea what if all mosquitos died I know that is highly unlikely at this time and will probably be the same in 2040 but who cares

  8. Humans: CRAP WE NEED BUGS TO POLLINATE PLANTS Humans:Wait can't we just make robot insects to do that humans: YES Humans: what about honey Humans:DUPLICATE THE HONEY WE ALREADY HAVE Humans: how the f##k are we gonna do that. Humans: idk . Alien: We can do that for you. Humans: WHO THE F##K ARE YOU

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  10. So if I kill a bug that mean I killed a plant πŸ˜‘πŸŒΊπŸŒ»πŸŒΌπŸŒ½πŸŒΎπŸŒΏπŸŒ·πŸƒπŸ‚πŸπŸŒΉπŸŒΈπŸŒ·πŸŒ΅πŸŒ΄πŸŒ³πŸŒ²πŸ„πŸ„πŸ…πŸ†πŸ‡πŸ‡πŸˆπŸ‰πŸπŸ‘πŸ’πŸ“πŸπŸŒ°πŸ‹πŸŠπŸπŸŽπŸŒπŸ 

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  12. In the northeast all the. Bug are gone . There are no frogs or small birds. We have a small lake nair by we dont hair the frogs .there are no bugs under the street lights. No bees or flys . Some say a solar flair 4 weeks ago killed them all and about 4 weeks ago they all disappeared. What is realy going on?

  13. "let's face it, bugs suck"

    as an insect person, i would have to disagree, but i do hate hornets, wasps, and mosquitoes. and lets not forget fleas and ticks

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