It’s just like in the cartoons. A swarm of bugs approaching us. Yawn. Gulp. And they’re all gone. *burp*
Could yawning have evolved as a way for us humans to feed on bugs in bulk? Apparently, it did. Yawning causes salivation. We tend to yawn the most at evening, which is the time of the day when bugs enjoy a flight or two with their homies. *prepares for dinner* Even the physiology of a yawn backs the fact that it was actually meant to help us easily hunt and feast on those li'l buzzing dudes.
Still don’t believe it’s possible? Here's a thoroughly researched, logical argument that will leave you convinced. Watch the video below.
Go now, grab your chair and a bib, and head straight to a garden.