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Antlered WaspCredit: June Aubrey R. Young: Another insect that sports reindeer-like antlers, the Eucharitid wasp belongs to the Eucharitidae family of parasitic wasps. Although its unique antennae shape would make it fit right in at the North Pole with Donner and Blitzen, this wasp prefers to live in tropical regions.

The male giraffe weevil of Madagscar uses its elongated neck to fight for mating rights!

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Alpacas with Post Punk Hair

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Cameraman Breaks Silence, Reveals Steve Irwin's Final Moments

I really enjoyed watching his show! It a shame his life was cut short. But at least he went doing something he loved.

This is a Eucharitid wasp. A strange-looking beast, indeed. This group of insects parasitizes ants.

Feather Horned Beetle with Long Bushy 'Eyebrows'(Rhipicera femorata) by thefeaturedcreature: Males use their fantastic (hah!) antennae to locate a female feather-horned beetle that’s emitting pheromones which indicate she is ready for mating. Photo by ron_and_beth #Insects #Australia

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These Animal Jokes Are So Bad They’re GOOD…I’m Cracking Up!

Such beautiful creatures. And the baby elephant always makes me smile :) Check out all the best tips and tricks for eBay sellers on ResellingRevealed.com The best eBay blog on the net for BOLO lists, eBay How-To Guides, and more!

Beautiful Sleeping Flamingo ♥ by shine-mnb: No one knows for sure why flamingoes stand on one leg. Theories include conservation of body heat and promoting ciriculation. http://www.wisegeek.org/why-do-flamingos-stand-on-one-leg.htm #Photography #Flamingo