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Leaf Mimicking Katydid - Belize, this is why I don't like nature! there are just too many creepy creatures out there!

Phyllium giganteum by Addicted2Hymenoptera, via Flickr

Walking Leaf insect- Phyllium giganteum, up to long, one of the most remarkable leaf mimics in the animal kingdom. It occurs from Southeast Asia to Australia.

Ophrys tenthredinifera, stengel sectie [Rob Kesseler] door Centrum voor Beeld in wetenschap en kunst _ UL, via Flickr

Fractal symmetry in nature - Ophrys tenthredinifera, stem section [Rob Kesseler] by Center for Image in Science and Art

Dung beetle (just 14mm long) with horns on both cephalon and prothorax (Scarabaeidae; DR Congo, Lubumbashi area).

Dung beetle (just long) with horns on both cephalon and prothorax (Scarabaeidae;

lmao i made friends w this freshman and he is asking me if im gay or straight and im j ust like, my pal ,,, my buddy u .. see ..... -e

lmao i made friends w this freshman and he is asking me if im gay or straight and im j ust like, my pal ,,, my buddy u . -e<<< imagine their expressions when I explain to them I'm a genderfluid pansexual

rolly pollies - Google Search

I always remember Rolly Polly's, or Pill Bugs. Don't see them so much here in Michigan, but in California, they were all over :)

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