While we as humans continue to try (and fail) to live in peace and harmony, it is worth remembering that the world around us is a brutal, unforgiving place.

We have tamed our lives to such an extent that it is easy to turn a blind eye to the horrors of nature, sure, we as a species are far more damaging to our planet than all others put together, but let's not pretend that it's all sweetness and light out there!

This list, compiled by Bored Panda, is a reminder that we live in a scary world. Some of these things are simply wonders of nature that we may not like the look of, like spiders and centipedes. Some show the raw power of the elements, while others illustrate the horrific things that other creatures to do each other in order to survive. All of these things are awe-inspiring examples of nature, something not to be feared, but to be respected. Scroll down below to check them out for yourself, and let us know what you think in the comments!

#1

Wrap Around Spider, Named For Its Ability To Flatten And Wrap Its Body Around Tree Limbs

Wrap Around Spider, Named For Its Ability To Flatten And Wrap Its Body Around Tree Limbs

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ZombieGirl5591
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2 years ago

NOO

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#2

Spiderbro Guarding Me From Malaria Outside My Window

Spiderbro Guarding Me From Malaria Outside My Window

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Zori the degu
Community Member
2 years ago

I love "pet" spiders, as I call them. They live in one corner of your apartment, feed on insects and sometimes climb down to investigate your belongings. If I happen to become roommates with one, I always make a point to leave some water for it to drink, if it needs it. My favourite spider of this kind used to live in my mom's bedroom. It only had 5 legs and we named it Oggie. The tiny spider loved to crawl on my mom's sketches(she's an engineer) and kept her company. I was 5 at the time and it was one of the first examples of invertebrates' personalities I was to see.

Elina Kuusisto
Community Member
2 years ago

This is lovely! ❤ Btw, I have "pet" spiders too☺

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Ladies and Gentlemen
Community Member
2 years ago

SpiderBRO! wow.. such a nice way to put it, instead of Spider-Man or something!

boredhuman
Community Member
2 years ago

Spiders are our friends.

stellermatt
Community Member
2 years ago

bet he's got a great website

Rogue
Community Member
2 years ago

Spiders are awesome and useful. It always irritates me when ignorant people talk negatively about them, or kill them just because. ughh.

diane a
Community Member
2 years ago

I had a spider lived in the greenhouse/conservatory ouside the back door - it was quite big and I would put dead flies on its web every day - it got bigger and fatter and then gave birth. The thousands of microscopic spiderlings creeped me out

Liz Sahlin Johansson
Community Member
1 year ago

Spiders are fully capable of catching their own food and should be let to do so. Like dogs defend us and cats catch mice, spiders help us out with small unwelcome insects like mosquitoes. Well, when their kids show up are a completely another story...😳

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snoozy womble
Community Member
2 years ago

aw like the kitchen spider I had a few summers ago when we had a cat, his food was a fly magnet and despite our best efforts some flies still managed to find there way in. Queue the arrival of kitchen spider and our fly problem was halved. Although kitchen spider was a messy eater and I spent a lot of time having to wipe the door frame under where he lived.

Alexandra Davis
Community Member
2 years ago

I have pet spiders too and they live in the corner of each room- I don't disturb them and they don't disturb me. We live in the countryside and horse flies are a massive nuisance but my lovely 'pets' keep my house from being over run. I hate that people scream and kill spiders when the little ones in the UK never hurt you. They are our friends not enemies. Flies are the danger and enemy!

Maria Ladd
Community Member
1 year ago

Aw, come on! I only screamed once and fled out the front door. The spider was as large as my hand with a body the size of a pink eraser. I don't try to kill them but I can't sleep if one is in the room. They have a wicked sense of humor and run across my face. At least the Palmettos snuggle within the curved fingers of my hand when I am sleeping. Neither bite, but I always wake up terrified.

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Dian Ella Lillie
Community Member
2 years ago

When I was a kid I used to catch insects to feed the spiders in some of our corners. This fella though needs no help at all!

Paul K. Johnson
Community Member
2 years ago

I have a spider who hangs out in my shower right over my head - but only when I'm showering. Any other time if I go to see what he's up to I can't find him. But often (not always) when I'm showering he's right there. His name is Apollo.

CultOfBambi
Community Member
2 years ago

How about this cutie? https://me.me/i/please-love-me-i-bringed-you-a-fly-spider-bro-19606667

Mother Mary Helen
Community Member
2 years ago

OK. I like spiders. I really do. But this one scares the bejeesus outta me. NOPE NOPE NOPE

Mother Mary Helen
Community Member
2 years ago

OOPS... ^ that comment was supposed to go on that flat hiding spider on the tree pic

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Hans
Community Member
2 years ago

Nom nom nom nom nom nom

Just Curious
Community Member
2 years ago

Come at me, spiderbro.

Just Curious
Community Member
2 years ago

Hell yeah.

Laura Gillette
Community Member
2 years ago

It's more likely a spider gal. In most spider species, the females are larger, and the males are sometimes so tiny they're hard to see.

Shanna Brown
Community Member
2 years ago

I had a friend who's family is from Cambodia. She told me that killing a spider in your home brings bad luck. From then on my husband and I capture and release them.

Aaron Kara
Community Member
2 years ago

I don't care how many flies and mozies spiders eat, I still don't trust em!

Luna rivers
Community Member
2 years ago

Spiderman ( or spider spider in this case)To the rescue

VM Hiraii
Community Member
2 years ago

Define feast =

layne
Community Member
1 year ago

anything that actually naturally protects against malaria simply rates at the zenith of nature's creatures for me! amazing & incredible! wish where i lived some species of spider would protect us from dangerous mosquitoes!

Barbara Baldwin
Community Member
1 year ago

Black widow spiders can catch wasps in their webs. My house was one huge wasp colony. It cost way too much to hire an exterminator so I "hired" the spiders. I also hired mice to clean up wasps that had died and fell to the floor after being burned from the ceiling light. Hundreds died every day and their little corpses were thick on the floor. By morning they'd all be gone except for their wings, which were easy to remove..

Mara Ewing
Community Member
1 year ago

I have a pet spider, he lives outside and always takes his web down in the morning. When my bf accidentally walked into his web, he is like no problemo and builds it higher the next time. I love this little guy

Wyndmere
Community Member
1 year ago

Pkease close the curtains.

Siddharth Rath
Community Member
1 year ago

There are at least two spiders in my bedroom right now and they don't leave because whenever I watch a tiny dead insect, a mosquito mostly, I'd drop it on their web. I usually study till late at night, so there's always a lot of tiny insects buzzing around my lamp, and the spiders would hep me get rid of them...

Midna Geno
Community Member
1 year ago

Yeah no one gives spiders enough credit.

Marilyn Slater
Community Member
1 year ago

Every home should have at least one!

Linda Christian
Community Member
1 year ago

Patrol spiders, they are pest control have a few in windows they catch any insects that come in or try to get out I sweep the remains away and sometimes put insects in their webs they will drink water if provided usually if a male,love will lure them from their home

sakora
Community Member
1 year ago

Respectful!

Maria Ines Molina
Community Member
1 year ago

Although I don't like them, I'd never hurt them. I had one big fat one in my balcony a few years back, in another apartment. I said hi every day and thanked it for keeping so many bugs out.

Don Flynn
Community Member
1 year ago

I don't kill spiders inside, or outside of, my house

Amanda Hunter
Community Member
1 year ago

She has plenty to eat there!

Lu Murray
Community Member
1 year ago

need to borrow him for 6 months, please?

Mare Freed
Community Member
1 year ago

I had a "pet" spider who built a web on my porch tomato plant. At night she would climb off her web and sleep in a curled tomato leaf, like a cradle. She stayed all summer. I miss her!

Debbie Hadar
Community Member
1 year ago

Fabulous.

Aileen Grist
Community Member
1 year ago

Love spiders - so helpful

Teleri Nyfain
Community Member
2 years ago

Okay, I approve of this spider. She's energetic and obviously very good at her job. & outside, right?

krnr58
Community Member
2 years ago

LOLOLOL@"keeping you from getting malaria!!" Genius!

Susanna Vesna
Community Member
2 years ago

Spiderbro! So cute

Jigs Gabest
Community Member
2 years ago

Breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet for Spidey :D

Pearlkp
Community Member
2 years ago

Does your Spiderbro have a cousin who's looking for a place to stay? I need this!!!

Evgeniya Khon
Community Member
2 years ago

Wow that's a lot of mosquitoes!!!!

Kristel Sillasoo
Community Member
2 years ago

That's a beautiful web

Heather Johnson
Community Member
2 years ago

This right here is exactly why I keep spiders around. Mosquitos are horrible where I live and spiders are damn good at helping to thin the herd.

Dian Ella Lillie
Community Member
2 years ago

...where we came in?

Eva Bryson
Community Member
2 years ago

Outside you live, inside you die.

Flare
Community Member
6 months ago

O_O

Makayla Bolton
Community Member
1 year ago

Kinda like this actually

Sandy Herman
Community Member
1 year ago (edited)

Sometimes they serve a good propose.

The Majestic 7 Toed Sloth Aka Marlow
Community Member
1 year ago

good spider!

Vinniegret
Community Member
1 year ago

Wish I could tolerate them, but, nuh-unh for me. Live well, spider, but stay outta my sight and we're fine.

Celental Midnight
Community Member
1 year ago

Go Spidey! Just your friendly neighborhood spider!

Alissa Merstrand
Community Member
1 year ago

Ive got severe arachnophobia but i do know they can be useful... I always grab em with this smart insect grabbing device and frees them in the stable. Lots of bugs nd flies and theyre away from me!

Pattie Kelly
Community Member
1 year ago

Heroes come in all shapes and sizes and species.

Carol Palac
Community Member
1 year ago

YES! AMEN..... great love of spiders, and how they protect us!

ThatJeremyKid
Community Member
1 year ago

Spider-bro. Not the hero we want... but the hero we NEED

Roger Bird
Community Member
1 year ago

Sort of counters the contention at the beginning of this article that "that the world around us is a brutal, unforgiving place." Such a hard perspective is just one way of looking at life.

Kiki
Community Member
1 year ago

Wish the spiders around here did their job that well.

Le Roy
Community Member
1 year ago

until you wake up to a spider bite. I used to have "pet" spiders. Not anymore.

Debbie
Community Member
1 year ago

I could live with that - as long as he's outside the window.

Jakub Wasilewski
Community Member
1 year ago

I have whole colony of spiders living in corners of my apartment, close to window. Thanks to that, any anoying insect is catched and eating in matter of minutes after flying inside the appartment :)

Weim Central
Community Member
1 year ago

Sweet Jesus! Where IS this? (so I can scratch it off my list of places to visit) Many thanks to the spider tho...

Flavia Slag
Community Member
1 year ago

wow!

Karen Louise
Community Member
2 years ago

He got fat eating all those

DancingToMyself
Community Member
2 years ago

ok. BYE!

Mayson
Community Member
2 years ago

That's one lucky itsy bitsy spider!

BusLady
Community Member
2 years ago

She must have a lotta kids to feed! At first, I thought this was a flock of birds.

Christina Sersif
Community Member
2 years ago

I don't really care for spiders, but I understand how necessary they are. They keep pests out of your house and garden, so they are a good room mate to have.

Ashley Fernandes
Community Member
2 years ago

That's actually awesome. Good Spider. Such a good job.

CultOfBambi
Community Member
2 years ago

Jesus christ! That's a lot of mozzies! I'm getting itchy just looking at them.

Tom Witkowski
Community Member
2 years ago

You'd think that web would be obsolete, since its pretty visible with all its food stuck in it.

Petar Vejnovic
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2 years ago

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#3

Seaweed In The Waves

Seaweed In The Waves

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Vischap
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2 years ago

Cthulhu rising

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#4

Xylaria Polymorpha, Commonly Known As Dead Man's Fingers, Is A Saprobic Fungus

Xylaria Polymorpha, Commonly Known As Dead Man's Fingers, Is A Saprobic Fungus

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Hans
Community Member
2 years ago

You can almost feel them reaching for your feet...first gently stroking, then all of a sudden gripping fast...

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#5

A Firefly Kept Right On Flashing After Being Eaten By A Frog

A Firefly Kept Right On Flashing After Being Eaten By A Frog

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Hans
Community Member
2 years ago

Fascinating and brutal in one.

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#6

This Frog Was Found All Dried Up And Withered Outside The Store In The Morning... The Store Manager Said, "Let's Try Splashing Some Water On It," And Holy Sh*t It Came Back To Life

This Frog Was Found All Dried Up And Withered Outside The Store In The Morning... The Store Manager Said, "Let's Try Splashing Some Water On It," And Holy Sh*t It Came Back To Life

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Zori the degu
Community Member
2 years ago

Something similar happened to me once, but well, the other way round. I was on a sea holiday and came upon a large blue dragonfly, drowned in the sea. Now, I was saddened for the poor thing, but also ecstatic, for I have a collection of pinned insects, all of which were found dead, for I just can't bring myself to kill alive ones for the purpose. I carried it around in my palm, wondering where exactly was I to put it, for I didn't have any other dragonflies and the thing was huge. Suddenly, it moved! A second later, again! It became progressively more active, until it could stand on its legs and turn his head around in curiosity! I separated its wings carefully(they stuck to each other from the salty water) and it shook itself a little. I left it cleaning itself on an oak on a quiet path and I do hope it recovered completely. :)

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#7

The Skeleton Of A Puffer Fish Is Pretty Metal

The Skeleton Of A Puffer Fish Is Pretty Metal

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Ladies and Gentlemen
Community Member
2 years ago

Idea for a night lamp!

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#8

Damn Nature, You Scary...

Damn Nature, You Scary...

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Luna rivers
Community Member
2 years ago

A planting enthusiast wasn’t scared of anything, but when they found a skull of a 50 year old oojomaku breed, their life changed.

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#9

Rome Yesterday

Rome Yesterday

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Ellis
Community Member
2 years ago

Hitchcocks dream

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#10

My Mum's Toilet After A Recent Flood

My Mum's Toilet After A Recent Flood

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Nadja Lambacher
Community Member
2 years ago

I actually think those frogs are cute. Not the best place to find them, but not terrifying.

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#11

Snapdragon Seed Pods Look Like Skulls

Snapdragon Seed Pods Look Like Skulls

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Ladies and Gentlemen
Community Member
2 years ago

Well, This is nature being nature! Fully of mystery and creativity!

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#12

Those Fishes Are Literally Lit

Those Fishes Are Literally Lit

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issam
Community Member
2 years ago

They are like : " neeeemo .. where are you !? "

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#13

The Eyes And Teeth Of A Scallop

The Eyes And Teeth Of A Scallop

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Ladies and Gentlemen
Community Member
2 years ago

Beautiful!

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#14

This Is A Hammerhead Bat And Is By Far The Creepiest Animal I've Seen

This Is A Hammerhead Bat And Is By Far The Creepiest Animal I've Seen

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Ladies and Gentlemen
Community Member
2 years ago

Look ma - A donkey with Wings!

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#15

My Gecko Ate His Tail

My Gecko Ate His Tail

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Aaron Kara
Community Member
2 years ago

That's...oddly practical

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#16

This Is Why You Always Have To Check The Toilet In Australia

This Is Why You Always Have To Check The Toilet In Australia

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Ladies and Gentlemen
Community Member
2 years ago

That's a long pile of shit! Someone is eating too much fibres!

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#17

These Plants Look Like Tiny Hands

These Plants Look Like Tiny Hands

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Steve Bowman
Community Member
2 years ago

"Do you want to go UP or DOWN?"

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#18

The Clathrus Archeri Fungus Resembles Some Pretty Metal Tentacles Sprouting From An Alien Egg When It Blooms

The Clathrus Archeri Fungus Resembles Some Pretty Metal Tentacles Sprouting From An Alien Egg When It Blooms

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Ladies and Gentlemen
Community Member
2 years ago

I have watched too many alien movies which have gutted my mind to point that I refuse to believe its a plant! Fck me, I am running from here and calling ARMY, NAVY or fckng SWAT team.

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#19

Currently Renovating Our Floors. Seems Everyone Has Come Out Of Hiding

Currently Renovating Our Floors. Seems Everyone Has Come Out Of Hiding

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MeggersTheFox
Community Member
2 years ago

That was in your house and you just chilled and took a picture of it. Your bravery has no end

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#20

All I Know Is That It Needs To Burn

All I Know Is That It Needs To Burn

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Sarah Cleaver
Community Member
2 years ago

I feel quite sorry for them really as they're just trying not to drown

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#21

Deer Skull After Sitting In Water For Over A Year

Deer Skull After Sitting In Water For Over A Year

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issam
Community Member
2 years ago

Aren't those one of those creatures in lord of the ring ?

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#22

The Frog That Caught A Spider

The Frog That Caught A Spider

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Braineating Spleen
Community Member
2 years ago

...that wriggled and wriggled and jiggled inside her. She swallowed the spider to catch the fly. I don't know why she swallowed the fly, perhaps she'll die.

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#23

A Leopard Seal Peering Through A Veil Of Plankton

A Leopard Seal Peering Through A Veil Of Plankton

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M.Shallow
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2 years ago

"Join meeeeeeeeeee" It says

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#24

Acid Spitting Ants

Acid Spitting Ants

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Ellis
Community Member
2 years ago

What the f***!?! Do these exist? What part of evolution came up with that?

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#25

Articulated Cobra Skeleton

Articulated Cobra Skeleton

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Ladies and Gentlemen
Community Member
2 years ago

Wow, whoever put it together, must be having most non-shaking hands in the world.

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#26

Black Swallower Died Trying To Eat A Fish 4 Times Its Size

Black Swallower Died Trying To Eat A Fish 4 Times Its Size

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stellermatt
Community Member
2 years ago

we've all been like that at an all you can eat buffet

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#27

The Statue Being Swallowed By A Tree

The Statue Being Swallowed By A Tree

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A random Goat
Community Member
2 years ago

Once upon a time there was a man who did very bad things. The emperor turned him into a statue and trapped him in a tree. If he's freed the whole world is doomed. I made up this story

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#28

A Lizard Eating A Cockroach Alive At My House Porch

A Lizard Eating A Cockroach Alive At My House Porch

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Cat on a bike
Community Member
2 years ago

friendly neighborhood lizard, keeping your home bug free :)

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#29

My Dad Sent Me This Photo. Water Mocassin? Tennessee

My Dad Sent Me This Photo. Water Mocassin? Tennessee

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Sally Appleton
Community Member
2 years ago

Give a snake a fish an he'll eat it. Teach a snake to fish and he'll become the fishing rod.

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#30

Attack Of Legionary Ants (Also Known As Army Ants Or Marabunta) To A Wasp Honeycomb

Attack Of Legionary Ants (Also Known As Army Ants Or Marabunta) To A Wasp Honeycomb

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Ladies and Gentlemen
Community Member
2 years ago

Also known as Ants who gives zero fcks about gravity!

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#31

Chameleon Mummified Alive By The Tropical Sun

Chameleon Mummified Alive By The Tropical Sun

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Nadja Lambacher
Community Member
2 years ago

nooo poor thing. He was looking for water.

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#32

The Inside Of A Gooses Mouth

The Inside Of A Gooses Mouth

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Zori the degu
Community Member
2 years ago

Well, I knew they have teeth, but I didn't know they have some on the tongue as well!

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#33

This Snake Covered In Ticks

This Snake Covered In Ticks

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Ellis
Community Member
2 years ago

Didn’t think I could ever feel sorry for a snake, until I saw this post...

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#34

These New Fish Species Can Survive In Volcanoes And They’re The Stuff Of Nightmares

These New Fish Species Can Survive In Volcanoes And They’re The Stuff Of Nightmares

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thepotatogirl
Community Member
2 years ago

am I the only one who thinks it's kind of cute?

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#35

After A Weekend Storm In New England, A Puffer Fish Was Found In A Tree

After A Weekend Storm In New England, A Puffer Fish Was Found In A Tree

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Ellis
Community Member
2 years ago

The answer my friend, is blowin’ in the wind

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#36

The Lamprey Fish

The Lamprey Fish

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Phoebe Bean
Community Member
2 years ago

Scrolling down, scrolling down, scrolling down.

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#37

A Mother Whip Spider Carrying Her Babies On Her Back

A Mother Whip Spider Carrying Her Babies On Her Back

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lincholn6echo
Community Member
2 years ago

HANS GET ZE FLAMMENWERFER!!!

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#38

5-Legged Frog That Lives In The Marsh Behind Our Neighborhood

5-Legged Frog That Lives In The Marsh Behind Our Neighborhood

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Hans
Community Member
2 years ago

The marsh just arround the nuclear power plant?

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#39

This Hornets Nest Looks Kind Of Like A Hornet’s Head

This Hornets Nest Looks Kind Of Like A Hornet’s Head

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Abigail Broughton
Community Member
2 years ago

Are you my mummy?

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#40

Dolphin Caught A Squid, Trailing The Ink Behind It

Dolphin Caught A Squid, Trailing The Ink Behind It

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Hans
Community Member
2 years ago

Diarrhoea: also a problem in aquatic mammals.

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#41

A Jungle Perch With A Surprise

A Jungle Perch With A Surprise

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Phoebe Bean
Community Member
2 years ago

Happy Meal.

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#42

Lavafall

Lavafall

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Cassie
Community Member
2 years ago

Awesome!

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#43

This Spider Web That Looks Like A Spider-Man Mask

This Spider Web That Looks Like A Spider-Man Mask

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SykesDaMan
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2 years ago

More like the punisher T-Shirt!

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#44

The Giant Isopod, Found In The Deep Seas And Is An Example Of Deep-Sea Gigantism

The Giant Isopod, Found In The Deep Seas And Is An Example Of Deep-Sea Gigantism

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VM Hiraii
Community Member
2 years ago

Kabuto

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#45

One Big Spider

One Big Spider

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Zenozenobee
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2 years ago

I.don't.want.to.see.the.spider.that.can.eat.that.frog. Please

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#46

Take A Seat

Take A Seat

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VM Hiraii
Community Member
2 years ago

Nawp

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#47

Goliath Tiger Fish, Congo River

Goliath Tiger Fish, Congo River

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Ladies and Gentlemen
Community Member
2 years ago

When you boss tells you a joke which isn't funny at all, but you gotta pretend its funny as heck!

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#48

Sweet Potato Creepily Resembles Human Heart

Sweet Potato Creepily Resembles Human Heart

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GlassOfWater
Community Member
2 years ago

The heart of a couch potato

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#49

The Largest Scar You'll Ever See

The Largest Scar You'll Ever See

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lincholn6echo
Community Member
2 years ago

looks like the poor guy was hit by a ships propeller...

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#50

Close Up Of Moth Outside My Window

Close Up Of Moth Outside My Window

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Hans
Community Member
2 years ago

Fascinating critters actually. Butterflies of the night!

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#51

Something Took Two Clean Bites Out Of This Poor Sea Ravioli

Something Took Two Clean Bites Out Of This Poor Sea Ravioli

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