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1X - dance with dew by Heri Wijaya

An Ant: "Dance With Dew." (Title Given By The Photographer: Heri Wijaya on

Collected papers on ants / by William Morton Wheeler.

Collected papers on ants / - Biodiversity Heritage Library

The hard-working ant balances a huge yellow petal above its head as it marches on its hind legs back to its nest

Up to his old ant-ics: Photographer snaps amazing picture of insect carrying petal back to its nest

The hard-working ant balances a huge yellow petal above its head as it marches on its hind legs back to its nest

Dancing ants

Funny pictures about It takes two to Tango. Oh, and cool pics about It takes two to Tango. Also, It takes two to Tango photos.

Frog ballet.

A Frog Dancing Ballet – Amazing Pictures - Amazing Travel Pictures with Maps for All Around the World

Weaver ants (Oecophylla smaragdina), found in the far north of Australia.  They create nests in the canopy using silk produced by their larvae.

Weaver ants (Oecophylla smaragdina), found in the far north of Australia. They create nests in the canopy using silk produced by their larvae.

REVOLTADO POR NATUREZA: O dia a dia das Formigas por Andrey Pavlov

To make these fantastic scenes photographer Andrey Pavlov used his imagination and his years of experience in the theater world to design the enchanting scenery of your photos.

Ants  Rainbow Park  "Hey!  Do you mind?!  Wait your turn and watch where that leg goes!"

Ants Rainbow Park "Hey! Do you mind?! Wait your turn and watch where that leg goes!"

https://flic.kr/p/nkDdei | Beetle Mania | These are Hibiscus / Cotton Harlequin Bugs.  Some people call them "stink bugs."  I call them "fart bugs."

Hibiscus or Cotton Harlequin Bugs - Tectocoris diophthalmus The Cotton Harlequin Bug, Tectocoris diophthalmus (Hemiptera - Scutelleridae), is a large, brightly colored member of the Australian jewel bug fauna. The bug features iridescent blue patches.

When attacked they swarm out and hook onto each other, making extracting an individual ant by a predator difficult

Scientists unveil 20 new species ...but with a blue scorpion, and a tarantula the size of a hand, couldn't we have got by without knowing?

A fish-hook ant spotted in Cambodia in 2007 When attacked they swarm out and hook onto each other, making extracting an individual ant by a predator difficult

wildlife photo

60 Best Award Winning Wildlife Photography examples

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