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Insects

These Are Some Big Bugs! The Animal Video Of The Day!!!

Just when does a bug turn into a horrifying monster?  About 44 seconds into this video, that's when.

You'll Really Get Flipping With This Ladybug!

Ladybugs are adorable and loaded with good luck. You can bring that cute luck right into your kitchen with this cool Ladybug Spatula.

What Is A Tree Weta? The Creepy Animal Video Of The Day!!!

Until just recently I thought that a Weta was a visual effects company located in New Zealand.  Imagine my surprise when I found out where the company got its name...

Rainforest Creature Big Like Puppy, But No Webmaster

Their leg span reaches nearly a foot and they weigh almost 6 ounces. That’s the size of a young puppy. Their tips and claws make a thundering sound when they walk, not unlike a horse’s hooves hitting the the trail, and the barbed bristles that cover its abdomen can injure potential attackers.

Let A Ladybug Join You For Tea

Ladybugs are supposed to be lucky and you will find that you are with this adorable Lucky Ladybug Tea Pot. The lovely little beetle will join you for tea and cheer up your table and your day.

Enormous Grasshopper Gets Assist On James Rodriguez' World Cup Goal

A large loco locust landed on James Rodriguez, just as the Colombian footballer was about to score his team's only goal in a crushing semifinal loss to Brazil. Give the insect-lebrity credit: it knew where the cameras would be pointed and made a beeline to share the spotlight.

Monarch Butterflies' Migratory Magnetism In Real Life & Under The Dome

Is it a coincidence that novelist Stephen King's suppositions about "Monarch Butterfly magnetism" in his fictional Under the Dome TV drama (returning for a 13-episode second season on Monday, June 30th) actually supports the recent scientific discovery about how these beautiful creatures operate in the real world? It would almost have to be -- since King penned those screenplays a while back -- and the current findings that Monarch butterflies utilize a built-in magnetic compass. . .