Translucent Ants Eating Colored Liquids
They say you are what you eat, and it's especially true with the translucent ants. Scientist Mohamed Babu from Mysore, India, placed specially colored sugar drops in his garden to attract the weird insects his wife found near the house sipping the spilled milk.
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“I have always been fascinated by insects even from childhood,” explained the 34-year-old Polish national. “You could say that I am sort of a public relations representative in service of creepy-crawlies. I think mantids are totally slick and sexy, and have style. I take ‘weird’ and ‘bizarre’ as positive adjectives.” Death’s head moth caterpillars Picture: IGOR SIWANOWICZ / BARCROFT MEDIA
Duliticola by Dark-Raptor on DeviantArt
Duliticola sp. aka "Trilobite beetle" (Coleoptera: Lycidae). Still huge mystery for scientists. Disovered in 19th century, only 2 species were discribed... Duliticola
Have you twigged what it is yet? Praying mantises blend in with plants in variety of poses
The twig-like praying mantises were snapped by professional photographer Mehmet Karaca in his hometown in Kahramanmaras, a province in Turkey.
Weird Insect Eggs Don't Need No Special Effects
They say that truth is stranger than fiction. I say that when it comes to eggs, fictional eggs are overall much much freakier. I mean, are there any real
A little too close for comfort? The weird and wonderful world of insects pictured in a series of stunning super-magnified snaps
Photographer Nicolas Reusens used special macro lenses, which enable miniscule subjects, in order to capture the crystal clear and pin sharp photos of the normally unseen insect world.