People Actually Held A Funeral Service For This Dead Cockroach (Photos)
Cockroaches have a reputation for being completely indestructible. It's often said the little critters could survive nuclear fallouts.
This, of course, is not entirely true. Cockroaches, like all other animals, die.
Late last month, a roach living in the hallway of the anthropology building at Texas A&M University did just that.
After two weeks, the roach hadn't been moved. So, someone decided to build a little shrine for the dead roach, giving it a makeshift headstone and the name Rosie.
On December 3, Michael Alvard, an associate professor of anthropology, posted a picture of the roach shrine to Facebook.
That's when everything started.