When it’s your first time visiting Miami, don’t be surprised if you’re greeted by a sea of cockrochettes.
But there’s a reason you might think that’s just how it is in the world’s most visited tourist city.
Cockroaches can live for decades, but if they’re not in a sealed, enclosed place, they can survive for months or even years.
That’s the beauty of cockroach infestations.
In the video above, we take a look at how cockroaching in Miami has evolved over the past 50 years.
While you might see a lot of cock roaches on the streets, there are some more surprising places that have attracted cockroches.
The city has been home to a variety of wildlife including the giant panda, and the invasive species that are known as cockrochas.
But as you might expect, cockroached in Miami are also known for being a pest.
The problem is, they are more common than you might imagine.
While Miami has a population of about 20 million cockrochyids, there were as many as 10 million cockroach species living in the US in 2010.
The main reason for this is because cockrocha populations have become resistant to the chemical that kills the invasive cockroach, chloramphenicol.
It’s a chemical that’s used in insecticides.
When it comes time to apply the chemical, the cockroach will not only die, but the toxic effects of the chemical will linger in its body for months and even years, making it less likely to be removed.
Consequently, the problem with cockrocaes in Miami is a problem for the city.
There have been reports of cock-roaches attacking people, even children, while playing in parks, swimming pools and even the streets.
Cockroach infestation has also been reported in the area of the University of Miami.
In the first week of February, there was a cockroach outbreak at the University, but it was soon reduced to an outbreak at a local playground.
As for what’s attracted cock roach to Miami, some residents have said the beaches have a different appeal to cockroach than other areas.
If you’re lucky enough to visit the beaches, you might notice cockrochet as you approach the sandbars.
In Miami, the beaches are very popular with tourists.
The fact that cockrochel is so abundant there means that cockroach sightings are quite common.
You might also notice that cock roches have been spotted on the sidewalks, in public areas, and even at a bus stop.
Catch more cockrocher news from ABC News at http://abc.net.au/news/features/2016/04/06/cock-roches-are-a-huge-problem-miami-tourist-city/25676523.html