09 May, 2014

20 Gifs of Nature Being Disgusting

1. A Snail Inhaling a Worm With Its Butt Vacuum Mouth

2. Parasitic Worm Just Hanging Out in Toad's Eye

3. Botfly Making a Home in Someone's Fucking Head

4. Surinam Toad Giving Birth to Babies Through Holes on Its Back

5. Two Slugs Totally Doing It

6. A Worm Squirming to Say Hello in a Freaking Eyeball

7. Praying Mantis Eating a Fish Like it's Not a Big Deal

8. Bear Grylls Eating an Enormous Larvae Like It's No Big Deal

9. A Mother Wolf Spider Carrying All 5,000 of Her Babies on Her Butt

10. Pearl Fish Chillin' Inside a Sea Cucumber's Anus

11. A Bunch of Starfish and Eels Having a Giant Orgy

12. An Orangutang Enjoying a Nice Mouthful of It's Own Piss

13. A Spider Deciding to Strip Off Its First Layer of Nightmare Skin

14. A Dog Getting Too Excited About Sex

15. A Cockroach Giving Birth to a Billion Tiny Demons

16. A Shark Taking a Big Ol' "Fuck You" Poop

17. A Male Seahorse Birthing Out More of Itself

18. Wasp Larvae Eating Their Way Out of a Caterpillar Like They Think It's Normal or Something

19. A Spider That Just Decided to Kill a Snake and Drag it Around For Fun

20. A Parasitic Worm Coming Out of a Dead Spider Like It's Its Fucking Birthday


11 July, 2013

Silk Pavillion


28 March, 2013

White Insect Shell


Italian Honey Bee Crest

25 May, 2012

24 February, 2012


Great ant game featuring workers, soldiers, pheromon trails and much more...

Big fun!


Rainbow Ants

Edouard Martinet's Sculpture

16 December, 2011

14 December, 2011

Erster und größter Ameisenshop der Welt. Wir wissen was Ameisenhalter wollen und Ameisen brauchen. Viel Vergnügen bei der Entdeckungstour durch die ANTSTORE Welt!


20 June, 2011

Bug Heroes

itunes for iPhone

31 May, 2011

Markus Mad Bug

10 May, 2011

Bug Backpack


06 May, 2011

Cubicle Spider

19 March, 2011


Micromachina (Mixed Media by Scott Bain)

02 March, 2011

Terrifying Real-Life Zombies Walk The Earth


24 February, 2011

Gorgeous Jeweled Beetle Reveals Its Tricks


08 February, 2011

IKEA Spider

03 February, 2011

Volkswagen Commercial: Black Beetle

21 January, 2011

Edible Giant Toasted Leafcutter Ants


Edible shop
Steampunk Insects


12 January, 2011

Insects Created from Recycled Human Hair

Adrienne Antonson, 1800Recycling.com

05 January, 2011

Amazing World of Insect-Wing Color Discovered


19 December, 2010

Spider Mallorquin

11 December, 2010

Hamburg Spider

10 December, 2010

Skype Insects
Try (bug) in a Skype chat.

Hidden Skype Emoticons

09 December, 2010

Im Netz - Uniklinik züchtet Spinnen für chirurgische Zwecke

dradio.de (mp3)
Ruth Lohrfink, Esslingen: Makrofilm „Die Kinderstube der Florfliege“

Robert Bosch Stiftung

06 December, 2010

Ards Vietnam Vesp

01 December, 2010

The surreal treehoppers

Why evolution is true

22 November, 2010

Stick Insects

Insects made from MatchstickOwen Silverwood

05 October, 2010

Dragonfly Undercover (Berlin)

28 September, 2010

High Speed Videos of Flying Insects

Videos, Andrew Mountcastle

16 September, 2010

Ant Black Hole

09 September, 2010

Ants Fighting Elephants

Spiegel Online

Markus Klicker
Fireflies turn Woods into an Enchanted Forest

Mail Online

26 August, 2010

Petzone Ad

Petzone: Tick, Flea

02 August, 2010


29 June, 2010

Super Close-Ups of Crazy Bug Eyes


11 June, 2010

Scarab WM 2010 South Africa

Spiegel Online

28 May, 2010

Infecting a Snail: Life Cycle of the Grossest Parasite

Infecting a Snail: Life Cycle of the Grossest Parasite, Wired
Scholts Electric Bug


18 May, 2010


Movie (1990)
Starshop Troopers

Movie (1997), Poster
Robotic Fly

Robot helps you become a fly on the wall, Metro.co.uk
Video: An Artificial Butterfly Takes Flight, Wired

16 May, 2010

Chocolate May Bug

Opernhauptstadt Oper in Berlin Mai 10

22 April, 2010

The Spider Awards: Wired.com’s Arachnid Hall of Fame
1 Million Spiders Make Golden Silk for Rare Cloth

21 April, 2010

Turtle Ant

Turtle ants aren't fighters. Rather, they're all about defense. If a colony gets hold of an old beetle burrow, the heavily armored majors will plug the entrance with their head shield and sit tight, budging only to let their nestmates pass. They are literally living doors.
Cephalotes varians, Alex Wild