Eight types of beans were experimented upon; they include mung bean, kidney bean, Pinto bean, Black beans, adzuki bean, lima bean, garbanzo bean and black eyed pea bean. On day 1, each type of bean was separated with tweezers and some found to be male and other females. The female beans were darker than the male beans. On the seventh day the eggs had laid eggs on the beans.
On the fourth day, the beans were subjected to high temperature for one week. At the end of the week, the females had laid eggs on the beans. The shape and color of the beans had also changed. The beans had lost their original shape and arrangement due to the eggs on them for about a week.