... not that we're judging
The world's smallest fly was just discovered in Thailand, though its size isn't what has scientists buzzing. According to the July issue of the journal Annals of the Entomological Society of America, the tiny phorid fly has an unusual predator's side, decapitating ants in the wild and laying eggs inside their heads.
Peculiar? No doubt, but the phorid fly isn't alone in its whacky habits. From snake orgies to urine tasting, here are more of nature's weird animal behaviours.
Photographer Steve Winter is used to working in tough terrain. But the urban jungle—Griffith Park, in central Los Angeles—has its own challenges, as he... More Photographer Steve Winter is used to working in tough terrain. But the urban jungle—Griffith Park, in central Los Angeles—has its own challenges, as he learned while trying to photograph an elusive big cat that calls the park home. Read the article, and see more photos, online in National Geographic magazine: http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2013/12/cougars/chadwick-text. National Geographic Photo Engineering and Remote Engineering contributed to the assignment.
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