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Stag beetle . Chiasognathus granti . Chile .  During the breeding season, the male stag beetles use their magnificent mandibles as a warning signal to other males, raising them in a defensive and aggressive posture to ward off a contender. They are skilful wrestlers and can even stand up on their hind legs to throw an opponent.There mandibles or mouthparts are sometimes referred to as ‘antlers’ as they resemble and are employed in much the same manner as a deer’s antlers might be, and from…

Stag beetle . Chiasognathus granti . Chile . During the breeding season, the male stag beetles use their magnificent mandibles as a warning signal to other males, raising them in a defensive and aggressive posture to ward off a contender. They are skilful wrestlers and can even stand up on their hind legs to throw an opponent.There mandibles or mouthparts are sometimes referred to as ‘antlers’ as they resemble and are employed in much the same manner as a deer’s antlers might be, and from…

LA TARÁNTULA: artrópodo perteneciente a los arácnidos. son conocidas así ñas arañas de mayor tamaño, pueden variar de color y comportamiento de acuerdo de su especie. Carecen de esqueleto interno pero poseen una estructura rígida en su exterior llamada exoesqueleto que van mudando de 2 a 3 veces por año hasta alcanzar la madurez.

LA TARÁNTULA: artrópodo perteneciente a los arácnidos. son conocidas así ñas arañas de mayor tamaño, pueden variar de color y comportamiento de acuerdo de su especie. Carecen de esqueleto interno pero poseen una estructura rígida en su exterior llamada exoesqueleto que van mudando de 2 a 3 veces por año hasta alcanzar la madurez.

The Most Amazing Defense Mechanisms

The Most Amazing Defense Mechanisms

The Most Amazing Defense Mechanisms; However, number 5 (the first image), the "Mantis" is actually a Mantid Fly, not a Praying Mantis. The last one is also not a Praying Mantis.

The unidentified planthopper, which is only 5 millimeters long, was found in the Suriname rainforest by ecologists who discovered 60 new species on a research expedition last year.  The bug's wild "hairdo" is actually waxy secretions from its abdomen that are thought to be a defense mechanism to distract predators.

Bizarre 'Troll-Haired' Insect Is Totally Wild!

The unidentified planthopper, which is only 5 millimeters long, was found in the Suriname rainforest by ecologists who discovered 60 new species on a research expedition last year. The bug's wild "hairdo" is actually waxy secretions from its abdomen that are thought to be a defense mechanism to distract predators.

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