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Smithsonian Magazine’s Annual Photo Contest Finalists - Bekasi, west Java, Indonesia - The Ants Holding Seeds by Eko Adiyanto

Unfair, they have SIX legs! Photographer uses skill (and patience) to capture…

Unfair, they have SIX legs! Photographer uses skill (and patience) to capture ants playing football

зелёный*green

These remind me of the grasshoppers in "A Bug's Life"

coccoon | Cocoon - Butterfly - Monarch

Cocoon - Butterfly - Monarch One of our happiest memories.watching the monarchs hatch.you can see the colours of the butterfly inside:):):)

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

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natureisthegreatestartist: “What’s this? It’s a carnivorous plant called drosophyllum lusitanicum. And those sparkling droplets are actually sweet, sticky secretions that trap insects.

“It's not the load that breaks you down - its the way you carry it”

Ants with giant seed pods from a Mimosa tree, photographer Eko Adiyanto from West Java - via Nature's Finest Captures on FB

Among the most impressive jaws among the Kenyan ants are no doubt those belonging to the dreaded Siafu, or Safari Ants ( army ant genus Dorylus).

Among the most impressive jaws among the Kenyan ants are no doubt those belonging to the dreaded Siafu, or Safari Ants ( army ant genus Dorylus). This species may also be used like sutures, just nip the head off after jaws clamp wound shut.

Vleermuis

People find bats creepy and scary but I think they are miss understood and I would love to have bats on my property. I've always enjoyed watching them fly around looking for a tasty meal. These are my favorite of all bats - Flying Foxes.

Crazy insect

Empusa Fasciata a species of praying mantis - (female) Popularly named the Glynda!

Ant drinks from a water droplet in a tiny world where the physics in daily life work differently. #bandentrend.nl

Delicious drops by Wolfgang Korazija on It's morning, and the tiny ant finds a mirror to make sure it's ready, looking it's best for the day! "ALLOW ME MY IMAGINATION!

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