Through her art, Daisy Tainton essentially brings dead bugs back to life, placing them into small-scale dioramas that give them human-like qualities that we don't often attribute bugs with having.
While bugs are typically pests in the restaurant world, contaminating food and scaring off customers, Rishi Singh willingly brings them into the kitchen, cooking them up the same way he does other ingredients.
Proving once again that bugs are nature's most depraved killers, this insect predator makes a “meat suit” out of dead ants in order to infiltrate their nests.
This video makes its point graphically clear: if you encounter a spider bigger than your hand, the last thing you want to do is poke at it.
This Australian arachnid is nicknamed the “peacock spider” for its colorful display... which he enhances with some sweet dance moves.
This parasitic fungus can turn a simple ant's life into an outrageous horror movie – complete with alien spores, walking corpses and exploding heads.
It might look huggable, but please don't pet the velvet ant – it's actually a very dangerous type of wasp, nicknamed the “cow killer.”
If you have phobias involving wasps or spiders, you'd better proceed with caution when reading this article... because it's got tons of both.
To outwit potential predators, this moth larva actually pulls a Jekyll-and-Hyde routine and blows itself up into a pretty good imitation of a snake.
Despite its totally cute name, the Venezuelan Poodle Moth looks sort of like a furry white minion of hell.