Some people were 'bugging out' at the Museum of Arts and Sciences Saturday, for the annual Bug Day exhibit.
Hundreds of people came to the museum to look at the little creatures, and even taste some of them.
Everything from tarantulas, to grass hoppers, and hissing cock roaches were on display for bug lovers to check out.
People also sampled insects on a cracker and chocolate covered crickets.
Bug experts were on hand to talk to people about the insects.
Event goers say they enjoy checking out the exhibits every year, but most importantly bringing their kids out to learn more about bugs.
Brittany Myers from Athens says, "it is important so that the children can see the different exhibits, the different insects and the different variety of insects that they have."
If you missed bug day, not to worry. The museum will host Reptile Rendezvous on July 16.