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!
Scientists have suspected cockroaches would outlive humanity, but now bug experts have even more proof that our insect overlords are built to last.
A biologist on a rainforest expedition barely had time to snap a pic of this bizarre bug before it hopped away. Take a closer look!
'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.
Here's more proof that all bugs are working together to scare the hell out of us: a fruit fly with natural wing markings that look like tiny twin spiders.
Our insect overlords are even more advanced than we thought. See what researchers discovered when they excavated this abandoned ant colony...
The massive Hercules beetle is already an intimidating bug... but its larva looks like something that crawled up from Hell.
While it sounds like the plot of a Roger Corman movie, this is a real-life dance of death between two of nature's creepiest creatures.
As completely outrageous as it sounds, this little monster is 100% real, and proves once again that bugs are creepier than anything we could ever make up.
If you just gasped in horror while reading that headline, you might want to take another deep breath before reading the whole story.