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This is not an optical illusion, just the mind-blowing golden cocoon butterfly.

Funny pictures about Amazing Golden Cocoon Butterfly. Oh, and cool pics about Amazing Golden Cocoon Butterfly. Also, Amazing Golden Cocoon Butterfly photos.

A group of scarabs from the Scarabaeid family, July 1929.Photograph by Edwin L. Wisherd, National Geographic

A group of scarabs from the Scarabaeid family, July Photograph by Edwin L. Wisherd for National Geographic.

[EN IMAGE] Mante à vélo- 12 avril 2012 - Sciencesetavenir.fr

[EN IMAGE] Mante à vélo

Praying Mantis riding a bike into sunset. The spoke-tacular image of the praying-mantis was captured on camera by amateur photographer Eco Suparman from Borneo

De magnifiques photographies macro d'insectes et de reptiles réalisées par Igor Siwanowicz aka Blepharopsis.                      via &

Blepharopsis – magnifiques insectes et reptiles en macro photographie

Go To The World.: Cool Pictures of Alien Insects - Insect Macro Photography

Araignée Smiley

The Happy Face Spider, found only on the islands of Oahu, Molokai, Maui, and Hawaii. Scientists believe Theridion grallator may have developed its distinctive markings to discourage birds from eating it.

Raindrops and Roses

Sunset dragonfly - by iwan pruvic. Extremely beautiful nature photography of dragonfly sitting on a daisy flower with the sun in Bokeh focus right behind the flower making it and the insect glow.

Cladonota Inflatus

Cladonota Inflatus

Treehoppers are truly awesome creatures:Cladonota Inflatus (native to Central America - kinda adorable in a creepy way I think)

Abbott's sphinx moth caterpillar

If you're going to be a caterpillar, you better be smart about it. In the case of the Abbott's Sphinx Moth (Sphecodina abbottii) caterpillar, their best way to [hopefully] survive their harsher younger years, is to have a big ol' eye spot on their butts.


And were looking for alien life on distant planets! Spiny Flower Mantis (Pseudocreobotra wahlbergii) perhaps? I think so anyway. So damn cool!