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Photographer Thomas Shahan takes incredible close up macro pictures from a bugs eye-view

Photographer Thomas Shahan takes incredible close up macro pictures from a bugs eye-view

(Igor Siwanowicz, 1013) i thought that the vibrant coulours and the stance of this creature were very enticing to the eyes and stood out beautifully

(Igor Siwanowicz, 1013) i thought that the vibrant coulours and the stance of this creature were very enticing to the eyes and stood out beautifully

A blue damselfly, THESE ARE MATURE "ANT LIONS"..I HAVEN'T SEEN ANY AROUND NC IN YEARS..SOMEONE IN TEXAS AS SEEN THEM ALSO

A blue damselfly, THESE ARE MATURE "ANT LIONS"..I HAVEN'T SEEN ANY AROUND NC IN YEARS..SOMEONE IN TEXAS AS SEEN THEM ALSO

Brilliant close-up of a spider. Hence I never kill them, I just scream and die a little

Brilliant close-up of a spider. Hence I never kill them, I just scream and die a little

"I usually find them when I am looking carefully on the walls around me during a sunny day when they try to catch a prey", he said

"I usually find them when I am looking carefully on the walls around me during a sunny day when they try to catch a prey", he said

This "Cow Killer Ant" can floor its victims with just one vicious sting. Despite its name the inch-long beast, known formally as the Thistledown Velvet Ant, is actually a wingless female wasp.

This "Cow Killer Ant" can floor its victims with just one vicious sting. Despite its name the inch-long beast, known formally as the Thistledown Velvet Ant, is actually a wingless female wasp.

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