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

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

What a beautiful and extremely rare spider. www.hdbroad.wordpress.com

What a beautiful and extremely rare spider. www.hdbroad.wordpress.com

Goliath Beetle Grub. These things can get over 10 cm (4 in) long and weigh over 115 grams (4.1 oz). They live in the soil in parts of Africa and are armed with claws at the end of their legs and a strong bite.

Goliath Beetle Grub. These things can get over 10 cm (4 in) long and weigh over 115 grams (4.1 oz). They live in the soil in parts of Africa and are armed with claws at the end of their legs and a strong bite.

Assassin Bug Carries the Exoskeletons of Its Victims on Its Back

Assassin Bug Carries the Exoskeletons of Its Victims on Its Back

Butterfly keeper Heather Prince holds a newly emerged atlas moth. The moth has a wingspan of 30 centimeters. Atlas moths are the largest moth species in the world, but despite their grandeur, they live for only about one week.

Butterfly keeper Heather Prince holds a newly emerged atlas moth. The moth has a wingspan of 30 centimeters. Atlas moths are the largest moth species in the world, but despite their grandeur, they live for only about one week.

The Brazilian Treehopper    Yep, it’s a real thing. Google it!  That crazy ornament thing on its body isn’t some weird antenna, instead those “balls” are hollow spheres of chitin probably to try and scare away predators. Would you want to chew on that? And those bristles surrounding the spheres are most likely used for some unknown tactile function.    Read more at Why Evolution is True

The Brazilian Treehopper Yep, it’s a real thing. Google it! That crazy ornament thing on its body isn’t some weird antenna, instead those “balls” are hollow spheres of chitin probably to try and scare away predators. Would you want to chew on that? And those bristles surrounding the spheres are most likely used for some unknown tactile function. Read more at Why Evolution is True

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