Tuesday, July 20, 2010

needs practice

Originally posted over at Seetrail; backdated here.

The Desert Ironclad Beetle, of Zopherus Omorgus genus, is apparently also called the "Death Feigning Beetle" - the individual(s?) that loiter around our tarp apparently did not really take that name to heart. Note the stillness when this video starts. That's it. That's the 'feigning' that everyone is so proud of! Alas, I think I'd have called it a Desert Ironclad "Pause Feigning Beetle" instead...

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