By Beth Marie Mole / The Bulletin
June 10, 2012
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Irked by irritating insects? Be glad you didn’t live in the late Carboniferous period.
Three hundred million years ago, jumbo bugs zipped along with 2-foot-wide wingspans — nearly the size of a crow’s. Now, scientists think they know the secrets to their super size: sky-high....