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Acherontia atropos lagarta, Death's-head Hawk moth caterpillar

Acherontia atropos lagarta, Death's-head Hawk moth caterpillar

Venezuelan Poodle Moth- This moth is creepy and adorable all in one. Discovered in 2009, it kind of looks like a Pokemon.

Venezuelan Poodle Moth- This moth is creepy and adorable all in one. Discovered in 2009, it kind of looks like a Pokemon.

The larval form of a flannel moth, also known as a puss caterpillar. (Photo: Phil Torres/ LiveScience)

The larval form of a flannel moth, also known as a puss caterpillar. (Photo: Phil Torres/ LiveScience)

Larva de um besouro Hércules (Dynastes hercules) encontrado nas Américas do Sul e Central, um dos maiores besouros que existem, medindo cerca de 17 cm. Acompanhando o tamanho de sua fase adulta, a fase larval pode chegar a medir cerca de 11 cm de comprimento. Eles passam dois anos da vida como esta larva gordinha, para depois se transformarem em pupa e continuarem o ciclo. Foto: Unknown photographer Fonte: naturalworlds.org (

Larva de um besouro Hércules (Dynastes hercules) encontrado nas Américas do Sul e Central, um dos maiores besouros que existem, medindo cerca de 17 cm. Acompanhando o tamanho de sua fase adulta, a fase larval pode chegar a medir cerca de 11 cm de comprimento. Eles passam dois anos da vida como esta larva gordinha, para depois se transformarem em pupa e continuarem o ciclo. Foto: Unknown photographer Fonte: naturalworlds.org (

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The blue earthworm. Found only in the Eastern Hemisphere. (Never thought I'd pin creepy crawlies, but this is a pin worthy)

The blue earthworm. Found only in the Eastern Hemisphere. (Never thought I'd pin creepy crawlies, but this is a pin worthy)

The Treehopper "Helicopter" from the Steamy Jungles of your Mind    Sure, Salvador Dali came up with some lovely surreal forms in his art, but this thing blows them all out of the water. Seen in Berlin's Museum of Natural History, this is the Brazilian Treehopper, or Bocydium globulare - a real living insect, which only pretends to be an alien helicopter:

The Treehopper "Helicopter" from the Steamy Jungles of your Mind Sure, Salvador Dali came up with some lovely surreal forms in his art, but this thing blows them all out of the water. Seen in Berlin's Museum of Natural History, this is the Brazilian Treehopper, or Bocydium globulare - a real living insect, which only pretends to be an alien helicopter:

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