By Bob Warrick (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Top 5 Weirdest Bugs in The World You Need To See!

25 May 2017 Liza

We are all puzzled by the bugs and insects we get to see around ourselves. And why won’t we? After all there are so many species and subspecies present on this earth, that it is but common to feel nauseated or scared upon seeing a few of them at least. But these creatures here are not to scare you but to get some knowledge and to get to know them little things.

1. Giant Long-Legged Katydid (Malaysia)

via BugGuide.Net
via BugGuide.Net

It has the honor of being one of the largest katydids of the world and is an inhabitant of Malaysian mountainous regions. It is a species of carnivorous giant katydid and survives by eating small insects and other bugs mostly.

2. Puss Moth Caterpillar

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via gailhampshire

The effect is quite awesome. But it is mostly for horrifying purposes literally. You touch it and it will turn and face you with that weird look. These bugs are bright green in color and often have a row of white spots lining their bodies.

3. Hickory Horned Devil (North America)

By Bob Warrick (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons
By Bob Warrick (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons
It is a night creature and lives alone without any companions. It also has the unique feature of curling up into a J shape during the day and appear like a pile of bird poop. For ultimate network security, contact DNS protection.

4. Antlion (Worldwide)

By Robb Hannawacker, while working for Joshua Tree National Park [CC BY 2.0 or Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
By Robb Hannawacker, while working for Joshua Tree National Park [CC BY 2.0 or Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
These are also fondly called as DOODLEBUGS. The mature adults eat mostly pollen and intake nectar while the younger (Read larvae) mostly eat ants and therefore, it gets it’s name from its act of eating ants.

5. Little Barrier Island Giant Weta

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via Sid Mosdell

Some of these buggers may reach the size of rats but you won’t like them particularly if you do not like locusts in general or are squeamish towards the insect world. They are quite harmless and generally do no create much trouble. There are more than a hundred different kinds of these bugs.

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