This Man Lets Bugs Crawl All Over His Face

♪ There'd be swimming pools filled by models ♪ No one really likes bug unless you're Kelvin Wiley. They're in his mouth. (upbeat heavy metal music) So Kelvin Wiley. (upbeat music) I could not, could not watch those videos. Oh my god. Why are they coming out of your mouth? Why are the bugs coming out of your mouth? It's like content that I just like to create. I don't really have a reason to why I do it, it's just, I just like doing it (laughs) and posting it. (camera clicks) Kelvin is in the insect business. (camera clicks) (camera clicks) He collects all different types of bugs and they live with him and his parents. The weeks that I live with my dad, I would take them from my mom's house to my dad's house. But then I started getting a lot more insects so I now currently keep them at my dad's house but it's just way too many to keep bringing back and forth to each house. They're okay with it. They don't have a problem with it. They accept my passion and my hobby. Kelvin's popular Instagram page shows him doing just about everything with the creepy crawlers. He seems to know just about everything about them too. So a lot of people think that praying mantises, the female eats the male's head after mating. Although that does happen, you know, in some instances. It doesn't always happen. The amount of times that it doesn't happen actually outweighs the number of times that it does happen. Because a lot of people, in their minds, they think that, you know, the female eats the male's head after mating when in actuality that rarely every happens. (laughs) I mean I don't even know how one comes to that conclusion but you know what? I trust you (laughs), you know more about it than I do. (upbeat music) He orders some of them online, he picks some of them up from outside. How do you know that bug that you're picking up outside, like when you come to this park or anywhere, how do you know they're not dangerous? Not only do I collect insects but I also study them. So it's like when I see stuff, I already know what it is. I know the name, I know what it likes to eat, where it lives, all that kinda stuff. So I usually know what's dangerous and what's not. And, it's a big misconception. A lot of people think that insects are these big, scary, dangerous creatures when in reality most insects are completely harmless. Yeah, there's just a small few that are, like, significantly dangerous to humans. You would think he'd want to be an entomologist, a person who studies bugs full-time. But no. He wants to continue to use social medial to teach people about how friendly they can be. I usually take the time to write a really detailed long caption about the insect that I'm posting. And nine times out of ten it's something positive. It's not something that, you know, you read and you're suddenly, you know, stricken with fear. It's something really educational about them. Something that if you read you'd realize, you know, all this time I was afraid of this particular insect but it's completely harmless. For InsideEdition.com, I'm Stephanie Officer.

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