Season 9: Season 9
These voracious predators cruise belly up below the surface of a pond or gentle stream.
The spotted wing drosophila may look like a common fruit fly, but it’s so much worse.
Honeypot ants stuff members of their own colony until they look like tiny water balloons.
The cage fungus looks and smells like decaying meat — on purpose.
Subterranean termites fly off in swarms, and then drop their wings to start new colonies.
A twig is actually just one of many disguises for the Australian walking stick insect.