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Werewolves and goblins of all ages will howl with delight during the creepy-crawly, fun and fit event
Chef David George Cordon serves creepy-crawly edibles at the food truck for the Focus Features film.
Small-town doctor Jeff Daniels confronts thousands of delinquent spiders in highly diverting creepy-crawly chiller.
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We're looking forward to welcoming our furry and creepy-crawly guests, and just hope they'll be on their best behaviour during their visit.
Add to that dollops of fantasy (Germany's Horst Stenzel plays a creepy-crawly P.
Science brought a smile to this lad's face as he got to grips with a creepy-crawly.
Dr Paul Selden, an arachnid expert at the University of Manchester, was allowed special access and found the ``spider'' was in fact more crab than creepy-crawly.
The brand, called Bushtucker, will feature creepy-crawly jellies in the shape of grasshoppers, cockroaches, millipedes and witchety grubs with a liquid centre.
A range of activities, also including the young birdwatchers' club and the creepy-crawly club, have been put together for youngsters between April 5 and April 16.
GUESTS at the weekly Housebug Party theme night at the Sage Club, Berlin, have to eat a fried creepy-crawly before being allowed in.
In this case, that's the creepy-crawly creatures that populate the music business.