"Praying Mantis VS Laser Beam"
Tiger beetles, known for their speed and agility, do an optimal reorientation dance as they chase prey at blinding speeds, says Jane Wang, professor of mechanical engineering and physics at Cornell University, who tries to find simple physical explanations for complex, hardwired animal behaviors.
This visual representation shows a tracked tiger beetle’s trajectories as it chases prey. By observing a beetle’s chase, scientists have derived a physical law that it follows to optimize its predation strategies.
Tiger beetle photograph by Troup Dresser.
If you believe in yourself anything is possible.
This photoset made me so happy. You go, lil snail.
what if the coins you find randomly at the bottom of drawers and in between couch cushions are actually from spiders trying to pay rent
omg, thank you, thank you for saving that spider despite great adversity.
I made you this badge of honor because I am so proud of you
check by sasener
the diurnal wasp mimic, Texas Wasp Moth (Horama panthalon) at the NABA’s National Butterfly Center in Mission, TX
(via: NABA Facebook) (photo: Troy Zurovec)
This little guy was the cutest. I spent 20 minutes watching him move and at the end of this he threw himself off the little stump.
I’m making some insects next…sort of tropical themed. This little lady is as big as two hands and is made from two toned taffeta…amongst other things.http://www.mister-finch.com/
With the right chemicals, cells from a fruit fly will glow as well.