An artist pours molten metal into the tunnels left behind by ant colonies to produce beautifully creepy forms. Check out some examples and watch one being made!
When someone mentions deadly bugs, caterpillars probably aren't the first critters that spring to mind. But you'd better put this dude on your “do-not-touch” list.
'Found Object' art has been around since the early 1900s, and French artist Edouard Martinet has absolutely mastered the technique, turning flea market finds and scrap metal into life-like insect sculptures that you've gotta see to believe.
A team of zoologists recently classified a new species of the stinging, clawed critter which is unusually large for its kind. Want a closer look?
What, you thought we were done with the spider stories? Hell no, we're just getting started... because now they may be lurking in your car!
The scariest thing about the arachnid apocalypse is that the evidence is all around us. Here are the most skin-crawling spider stories making news lately.
Ticks are creepy enough to begin with, but a scientist recently discovered a particularly nasty new species... and he found out about it the hard way.
The massive Hercules beetle is already an intimidating bug... but its larva looks like something that crawled up from Hell.
Scientists made this strange discovery in the wake of last month's Perseid meteor shower... and they're still not sure where these creatures came from.
We've shown you other examples of creepy happy-faced spiders, but this one looks a bit like Tim Curry's horrifying homicidal clown from the 1990 miniseries.