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  Creepy crawlies
The aptly named giant beetle!
1/11 The aptly named giant beetle!
A Ghost ant....whooooo!!!
2/11 A ghost ant....whooooo!!!
Arrgghh!! A hairy tarantula
3/11 Arrgghh!! A hairy tarantula
But not all creepy crawlies are scary!
4/11 But not all creepy crawlies are scary!
A Pearl bordered fritillary butterfly - don'cha know!
5/11 A pearl-bordered fritillary butterfly - don'cha know!
A grasshopper on a car windscreen
6/11 A grasshopper on a car windscreen
The humble bumblebee or Bombus hypnorum
7/11 The humble bumblebee or bombus hypnorum
Named not because they breathe fire - but because they have fierce jaws!
8/11 Dragonflies - named not because they breathe fire - but because they have fierce jaws!
The Praying Mantis males can often lose its head - literally - after courting the female!
9/11 The praying mantis males can often lose its head - literally - after courting the female!
There are 2,700 species of mosquitos worldwide
10/11 There are 2,700 species of mosquitos worldwide
Locusts swarms can measure up to one mile wide, 30 metres deep, and 50 miles long
11/11 Locusts swarms can measure up to one mile wide, 30 metres deep, and 50 miles long

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