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Top one is almost looks like a rhino because it looks like it has a horn!

American entomology : or description of the insects of North America, illustrated by coloured figures from original drawings executed from nature DATES / ORIGIN Date Issued: 1828 Publisher: S. Mitchell, for sale by A.

Most bloated: Honeypot ant The grossly distended abdomen of the honeypot ant, filled with glucose and fructose from nectar and honeydew, exploits the unpredictable food sources provided by desert flowers. Photograph: NHPA/Extreme Insects/HarperCollins

Extreme Insects by Richard Jones

Honey Pot Ant "also called honey ants or repletes, are ants which are gorged with food by workers, to the point that their abdomens swell enormously, a condition called plerergate. Other ants then extract nourishment from them.

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Ladybug hitching a ride. Photo by mehmet karaca praying mantis are so cool, as are lady bugs!

Ant drinking water

an ant drinking water. you can see every detail of the ant. love the reflection of the ant in the water

A pink Katydid. Usually grey, this is a 1 in 500 mutation.  Personally, I think he looks fabulous.

So, instead of albino, katydid's go pink. My daughter would be in heaven. A Katydid. Commonly green, its pink colour is the result of a genetic mutation known as erythrism, similar to the recessive gene that afflicts albino animals.