Its impressive color makes the lymantrid moth as one of the most beautiful insects out there. It can lay up to 400 eggs.
Devils Flower Mantis
The devils flower mantis may look fierce but in real life, it easily gets stressed.
Damselfly can be distinguished from dragonfly with their thinner abdomen and wings.
The cecropia moth’s interesting combination of colors makes it as one of the most colorful moths.
This photographic moth is native to southwest America. It’s an eye-candy, isn’t it?
It is named as such because it looks like an orchid when it doesn’t move. The orchid mantis will usually try to fly when disturbed.
The beautiful shell of this omnivorous insect will make you want to take it home.
Giant Camel Spider
Don’t let its look fool you. This spider looks harmless but it can be deadly to its prey.
Giant Water Bug
Be careful when you get into the water as this bug is known for being a toe pincher.
Unlike other moths, the leopard moth won’t sting; it simply rolls up when threatened.