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Originally posted by ObvTruth
Whoa look at that f*****g pill bug!. Its bigger than a cat!
Check out the tip of it's wings. One side looks like a snake, the other like an eagle. Am I seeing things or is that a defense mechanism?
Millions of years ago weren't all bugs really huge like that?
Yes, 3 foot dragonflies and 8 foot millipedes
Originally posted by enament
This is a Fishing Spider I have caught these before the first time I saw one i thought it was a Wolf Spider took it to the museum to get it identified turns out its a Fishing Spider. The one I found Is slightly smaller than this one mine was about five and a half inches long.
Just to let you know Giant Water Bug is the name of that fishing bug I posted earlier.The insect Westcoast is holding is a water beetle. I'm not sure but could it be this one a Water Scavenger Bettle?
Originally posted by TupacShakur
reply to post by speculativeoptimist
"Back then, there was 31 to 35 percent oxygen in the air," study lead author Kaiser said. "Now we have about 21 percent."
Imagine running into one of these bad boys: