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That is one big grub!

A Hercules Beetle grub ; the largest of the rhinoceros beetles. The grubs of…

Cute

Oh my goodness! I have to do this with my baby! I need matching hats. And sweat bands!

Water Bear in Moss (also known as tardigrades, can survive boiling, freezing, the vacuum of space, and years of desiccation)

WATER BEARS IN SPACE! The water bear, or TARDIGRADE, is so small it measures in angstroms, not millimeters. The Swedes sent some into space in The tiny critters survived the vacuum of space, the intense cold and radiation for 8 days!

Can you believe that this the back of a real spider? what a curious- and beautiful- little thing this is. A Ravine Trap Door Spider

This is a Ravine Trapdoor Spider. The scientific name is Cyclocosmia truncata Can you believe that this the back of a real spider? what a curious- and beautiful- little thing this is. A Ravine Trap Door Spider

My current resident felines eat ONLY cat good.  When I get "new" kittens, I may have to try this though.  Introduced my cat to popsicles…

Introduced my cat to popsicles…

Armadillo Bug, Boat-Builder, Carpenter or  Cafner, Cheeselog, Cheesy Bug,  Doodlebug, Pill Bug, Roly-poly Bug, Sow Bug, Roll-Bug, Chuggypig or Chucky Pig and Slater (Scotland and New Zealand), "Gramersow (Cornwall),"butcher boy" or Butchy Boy and Wood Bug

All u can eat- Pillbugs/Land Shrimp. known as sowbugs or woodlice. The better tasting ones are the ones that roll into a ball. The non-rolling sowbugs are foul smelling n tasting.

-faints-

Giant Water Bug (Belostomatidae): A male Abedus water bug carries hatched and hatching eggs on his back.

Mantis

The Praying Mantis is named for its prominent front legs, which are bent and held together at an angle that suggests the position of prayer ~ and the enhanced facial features of this photo make it look almost human. My favorite bug ever!

Mandrill colours

Photographer Tim Flach created this amazing ‘More Than Human’ Photography Series. The animal portraits are so sharp, vibrant and so almost human, a completely other take than standard animal wildlife photography.

Golden orb weavers have toxic webs | Anguished Repose, nightmares for life, thank you.

Bird-Eating Spiders - Flying into the web of a giant Golden Orb Weaver spider and becoming stuck in it spelled the end for this native Australian finch.

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