174 Times People Spotted Nightmarish Things In Nature And Just Had To Share It Online (New Pics)

Mother Nature continues to amaze us every day, even when we fail to treat her with the love and respect she deserves. There are too many dreamy landscapes and mind-boggling animals that exist right outside our urban surroundings, just waiting to be appreciated. But be careful though — if you get too close, things can go from mesmerizing to straight-up terrifying in mere seconds.

You see, not all wildlife surprises are pleasant. They sometimes crawl into the comfort of our homes to remind us that nature is not to be messed with. In fact, there are plenty of horrified poor souls that have experienced these unsettling terrors firsthand. Before running to the hills, they managed to snap a photo and share their horror stories with everyone online.

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We at Bored Panda scoured the internet and found plenty of cases where nature provided our world with alien-like creatures to scare the heck out of everyone who crosses them. Continue scrolling and let us know which ones made you say ‘nope’ the loudest! And if by some chance you think you can handle even more creepy and spooky examples, check out our earlier compilations of this feature here, here, and here.

#1 This Is A Wasp Nest That Has Grown Around The Floodlights On A Garage

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#2 Went Into My Attic Looking For A Water Leak Coming Into My Living Room And It Appears That I’m Also In Quarantine With This Whatever Monstrosity Left This Behind

It’s soft to the touch so I’m assuming it’s still around.

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To learn more about our fear of the natural world, especially insects, we reached out to Robert Bixler, emeritus associate professor in the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management at Clemson University. He told Bored Panda that if we were to grab several hundred children’s books right now, we would find invertebrates such as butterflies, ladybugs, and snails disproportionately used there.

“People who hate bugs love butterflies. Butterflies are insects but are perceived differently from all other insects and small invertebrates,” he said. This does beg the question, why do we respond positively to the story-like creatures yet feel annoyance and disgust when it comes to the creepy-crawly ones?

#3 Man Finds Huge Spider Hiding Inside Ear Muffs After Feeling Tickle In His Ear

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#4 Was Playing Video Games When I Heard Sounds To My Left. Looked Over And Saw This

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The professor explained that people often look at insects in fear because some of them use us as a source of food. “Mosquitoes, horse flies, and gnats, along with pest beetles and moths that get into our food. These insects come around repeatedly to feed on us and annoy us. These repetitive and annoying experiences convince us that we hate bugs,” he added.

Another factor to take in is the startle effect. “A vast majority of the million-plus species of insects stay hidden to avoid being eaten. We have never seen them and are surprised when we actually do see these strange creatures” Bixler continued. “[Insects] are perceptually so different than vertebrate animals. They move differently, they make unmusical vibration-like sounds to communicate (e.g., cicadas and katydids all summer long in trees), and eye contact is difficult. From a threat potential perspective, we know that some are harmful and stinging. Yet we know nothing about the other million species. Better to assume the worst,” he said.

#5 Well There Is A Water Snake Living In My Toilet Somehow

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#6 Remember To Check Your VR Headset For Spiders

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Jeffrey A. Lockwood, professor of Natural Sciences and Humanities at the University of Wyoming and author of The Infested Mind, told us that at least 6 percent of Americans suffer from entomophobia (fear of insects). “Some studies report that as many as one-in-five women experience this condition in any given year. Conservatively, 20 million people live with an irrational fear of insects and their kin,” he added.

“Fear is the heart-pounding response to present danger and anxiety is the disquiet that comes with anticipating danger. In clinical terms, the patient experiencing fear is highly aroused and seeks to escape the situation,” Lockwood said. “On the other hand, the anxious patient is worried and focuses attention on possible sources of impending harm.”

#7 Started Work This Morning, Put My Headset On, Felt Something Furry In My Ear, Looked And There Is A Bat In My Headset

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#8 Dead Man Fingers Fungus

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#9 The Creatonotos Gangis Moth Unfurling Its “Hair-Pencils” To Spread Pheromones

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Lockwood mentioned another study of more than 1000 households that revealed that 38 percent of the respondents disliked arthropods in their yards, and 84 percent didn’t want them in their homes: “So an aversion toward insects, if not full-blown entomophobia, is extremely common in our society.”

The strong dislike of insects is rooted in six “fear-evoking perceptual properties”, Lockwood said. According to him, insects can:

  • Invade our homes and bodies,
  • Evade us via quick, unpredictable movements, to which it might be added that the furtive skittering of a cockroach, for example, with its head lowered as if slinking out of the room, evokes a sense that the creature is guilty or ashamed,
  • Undergo rapid population growth and reach staggeringly large numbers which threaten our sense of individuality,
  • Harm us both directly (bite and sting) and indirectly (transmit disease, as well as destroy woodwork, carpets, book bindings, electrical wiring, and food stores),
  • Instill a disturbing sense of otherness via their alien bodies — they are real-world monsters associated with madness (e.g., Going Bugs by James Hillman),
  • Defy our will and control via a kind of radical, mindless or amoral autonomy. 

#10 Coconut Crabs Are Attracted To The Smell Of Food

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#11 Infested Spider Tent

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#12 Ceiling Snake

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According to Lockwood, researchers have found three mechanisms through which early experiences can spawn phobias: “Direct experience (e.g., a cockroach runs up a kid’s pant leg), modeling (e.g., a kid sees his mother scream in terror at cockroaches), and instruction (a kid’s father tells her a story about cockroaches burrowing into children’s ears).”

Although most of us developed negative feelings towards these sci-fi-like creatures we call insects, some people find them fascinating. “[They] can become an interest for children and adults. The late Harvard biologist E. O. Wilson has often remarked that children had a ‘bug period’ and that I never got over mine,” Robert Bixler told us.

#13 Found This In My Apartment While Living In Japan. They Are Fast

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#14 Stygian Owl Is Known For The Red Reflection Of Their Eyes That Are Often Associated With The Devil

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#15 I Share A New Jaguar Photo With You, Earlier Than I Wanted. Hopefully, You Will Like This Striking Image

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“[We] probably share childhood experiences of playing outside a lot in wild and semi-wild locations. Children have great eyesight and find, observe and play with lots of different insects that adults otherwise would miss,” Bixler added. “Some local nature centers that have the job of helping people develop an interest in nearby nature are starting to create BUGket Lists — 90 insects every kid needs to find before they reach the age of 12.”

#16 Found In A Harpy Eagle’s Nest

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#17 Small Tick Sucking On A Big One

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#18 The Most Metal Eel Ever

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Even those alarmed by the strange and terrifying power insects have can fight their fear of the natural world by identifying the creatures they see. “People who are frightened by insects and spiders can find web pages showing the common stinging, biting insects, spiders, and other small invertebrates (centipedes) found in their area,” Bixler explained.

Another way would be to learn about their weird shapes and colorations. To be fair, we often fail to grasp the reason for all those horns and spines and long jaws. Bixler said that, for example, the female ichneumon wasp has what looks like a two to four-inch-long stinger. “Scares the hell out of people when they first see it. [But it] cannot sting at all. That ‘stinger’ is an egg-laying device (ovipositor) she inserts into tunnels made by beetles to lay eggs on the beetle larva,” he explained.

#19 Hickory Horned Devil. Largest Caterpillar In The World. Turns Into A Regal Moth. Can Grow 6 Inches Long And Is Completely Harmless Except Visually Terrifying

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#20 Angler Fish Washed Ashore

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#21 Australian Problems

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“Once people get over their fear of insects, going on an insect safari can be full of fascinating surprises. Going out to look for ant lions and tiger beetles in your neighboring parks is much cheaper than a wildlife safari to some distant continent to see lions and tigers. The incredible variety of shapes, behaviors, and colorations of insects make them an excellent focus for nature photographers — you simply need to go looking for them in the right places — they will not come to you,” Bixler concluded.

#22 This Looks Like A Scene From A Movie. Six Waterspouts Simultaneously In The Gulf Of Mexico

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#23 This Moray Tried To Swallow A Pufferfish. Said Puffer Took Her With Him

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#24 Heron Likes A Bit Of Crocodilian Dinner

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#25 All The Brown You Can See Is Spiders

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#26 These Button Plants (Conophytum Wittebergense) Look Like Creepy Bloodshot Eyes

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#27 An Old Friend

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#28 This Root System Of My Calathea Plant. These Root Nodules Mean It’s Very Healthy, But It’s Unnerving To Look At

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#29 Due To The Low Temperature, Lake Michigan Shattered Into Countless Pieces Of Ice

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#30 This Cluster Of Fossilised Creatures Look Like They Came From Another Planet

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#31 Mother Nature Doesn’t Care About Mother’s Day

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#32 Just Here To Ruin Your Day

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#33 I Have Been Losing My Mind Over How My Work Shoes Are Always Spotless In The Morning After Being Out On My Porch Overnight

I wore different shoes to work last night and I found out why when I came home. There were about 50 and they only exist because of flour on my shoes.

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#34 Snapdragon Seed Pods Are Kind Of Creepy

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#35 For All The Naysayers Who Think The Rest Of Us Are Paranoid

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#36 The Giant Devil’s Flower Mantis Looks Like Something That Crawled Out Of Hell

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#37 Moose In Fog

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#38 Sigh. This Is My Bathroom Ceiling, That Is A Brush-Tailed Possum Foot

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#39 This Is How My Morning Started

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#40 Caught This Storm Above A Bowing Field Of Sunflowers

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#41 This Harmless Snail

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#42 Mouth Of A Emerald Boa

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#43 Deep Sea Eel

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#44 Hawk Making His Way Through Town Devouring Every Pigeon He Can. The Total Is Up In The Double Digits So Far

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#45 The Foot Of A Kangaroo

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#46 Apparently, A Species Of Guarana Plant Looks Like A Large Cluster Of Eyeballs

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#47 This Is A Wolf Eel, Pure Oceanic Nightmare Fuel

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#48 Brown Snake Squeezing Out Of The Shower Grid

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#49 Who’s That Pokémon?

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#50 Moth Infected With Cordyceps Fungus

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#51 Who’s The Fun Guy? (Fungi Xylaria Polymorpha Aka Man’s Toes Fungus)

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#52 These Things

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#53 A Huge Banana Spider (Argiope Aurantia) Caught A Townsend’s Big-Eared Bat In Its Web Outside A Home In Poteet, Texas

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#54 Damn Nature, You Scary

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#55 The Wallago Attu Catfish

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#56 Does Anyone Know What Kind Of Puppy This Is?

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#57 Hatchling Eastern Brown Thought It Was A Nice Day For A Swim In Mawson Lakes Today

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#58 You Never Know You’ll Find When You Open A Data Logger Box On The Prairie

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#59 The Upper Jaw Of A Cachalot (Sockets To Fit Their Lower Teeth Into)

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#60 Microburst In Phoenix

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#61 Got A Complaint At Work About “Very Loud Crickets” In The Bathroom

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#62 The Way These Caterpillars Are Eating This Leaf

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#63 Was Going To Paint And Found Some Wasps In The Outlet

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#64 It’s The Legs For Me

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#65 A Melanistic & Albino Alligator

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#66 This Cloud Formation Appeared In The Skies Above Portugal In 2016. It Has Been Dubbed The “Hand Of God”

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#67 A Huntsman Spider Stealing My Cousin’s Bacon

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#68 Open Wide, Image Of A Port Jackson Shark, One Of Our Loveable Critters Found At Montague Island, NSW

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#69 Bees Show Up Here Every Year. Stay For A Few Hours And Leave. No Hive

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#70 Sometimes Mother Nature Can Be Creepy (Chesaning, MI)

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#71 The Morning Shoe Check (Before We Put Them On) Saved My Wife A Bit Of Pain Today

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#72 These Creepy Looking Clouds Are Called Scud Clouds

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#73 An Alligator Snapping Turtle Hibernating Under A Sheet Of Ice

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#74 Found This Li’l Cutie On My Bed

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#75 I Touched This While Removing The Fallen Leaves Off My Plant. I’m Calling It A Day

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#76 In This Period Of The End Of The Year When The Temperatures Rise, We Sometimes Observe Thunderstorms. So Here Are My Very First Images Ever Of This Phenomenon

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#77 Prehistoric Parasites. One Of The Most Interesting Crustacea We Find Along The South African Coastline Has To Be The Tongue-Eating Louse

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#78 Found Out Why The Roomba Quit Working

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#79 I Open The Door Yesterday To Find This Hanging From The Doorknob

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#80 Butterflies Often Feed From Decaying Animals, Rotten Fruits, Blood, Animal Feces And Urine

#81 A Snapping Turtle Grabs Hold Of A Duck’s Foot While It Was Swimming On The Surface Of A Pond And Then Drags It Down To The Depths

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#82 Camera Flash Made The Sheep Look Like Zombies

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#83 Frost Pattern In The Hollow Of A Rock

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#84 Is It An Alien? No. It’s A Dutch Lobster Moth Caterpillar

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#85 Crazy Looking Hole Punch Clouds Over Central Florida

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#86 Acanthacorydalis Fruhstorferi Or Giant Chinese Dobson Fly

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#87 I Took The Picture In Sindh, Pakistan In December 2010. It Shows Trees Cocooned In Spider And Caterpillar Moth Webs After The Extreme Flooding

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#88 Woke Up For Some Water. Thank God I Turned On The Light Before Taking A Sip

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#89 Essex, UK. It’s Not A Mating Pair, The Cephalothoraces Are Completely Fused. I Thought It Was A Mismolt, But All Sixteen Legs Move Independently

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#90 My Driveway Today

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#91 Long, Black, Slippery Freshwater Eels

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#92 Found This Thing On The Bottom Of My Pool

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#93 Local Servo Snake

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#94 This Centipede Thing

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#95 I Freaked Out A Little When I Met This While Cross Country Skiing

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#96 Jelly Ear. My First Time Finding One

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#97 Underworld Is Leaking

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#98 Had A Praying Mantis Nest Hatch By My Front Door

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#99 Seagull Swallows A Whole Rabbit On Welsh Island

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#100 Classic Australia

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#101 Moss Zombie

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#102 Female Anglerfish With Male Attached

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#103 This Spider With A Body In The Shape Of A Hellhound’s Head

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#104 The Inside Of A Goose’s Mouth Is Pretty Scary

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#105 Laccaria Masoniae In South Island, New Zealand

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#106 Inside Out III Zoological Museum Of Kaunas

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#107 This Guy Says Hi. He’s Mr. Tapeworm And He Had His Photo Taken With A Microscope. Look At That Toothy Smile

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#108 Monday Morning Before A Coffee

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#109 For Weeks We Couldn’t Find The Source Of The Horrible Smell In My Daughter’s Toybox Until She Asked Me To Untangle Moana’s Hair. I Guess It Got Tangled Up And Passed Away

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#110 Found This Hiking Trail In The Grey County, Ontario, Summer 2019. Not Sure What Animal, Probably A Deer? Decent Length And Had A Pelvis Attached

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#111 This 5-Inch Moth We Found In Our House Yard Today

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#112 Found This In The Filling Of The Tube I Bought For The Chinchilla. Mommy And Babies Were All Dead

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#113 Severe Warned Storm Near Traverse City Michigan On September 7, 2021

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#114 Tornado Over Dallas TX Last Night

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#115 Saw This Baby Lizard Being Eaten And Carried Away By Ants

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#116 This Tree I Found Has Eyes

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#117 Earthworm With Two Tails

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#118 A Rattlesnake That Went Down Fighting Against California Wildfires

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#119 I Found This Intact Elk Rack Along The Continental Divide Trail Near Yellowstone Last Summer. It Was Way Too Heavy To Pack Out

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#120 This Yam That Looks Like A Human Hand

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#121 My Newborn Kitten Was Born 3 Eyed

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#122 Opened Up A Tin Of Peas

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#123 Got Home Late Last Night And Fortunately I Saw This Before I Tried To Unlock My Door

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#124 Very Very Tiny Creature I Felt Crawling On Me

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#125 Man Catches Australian “Sea Monster” With No Eyes And A Mouth Full Of Sharp Teeth

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#126 A Thousand Black Like Worms At My Doorstep Anyone Know What They Are?

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#127 It’s A Sea Of So Called “Portuguese Man O’ War”. Extremely Venomous. If You Ever See One, Stay Away, Don’t Touch

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#128 Hydrosaurus Philippine Sailfin Lizard

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#129 Wild-Caught Spotted Wolffish

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#130 Mantis. Let’s All Take A Minute And Be Thankful That Bugs Aren’t The Same Size As Us

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#131 This Flew Into My Ear And Got Stuck A Bit, Wife Had To Use Tweezers To Get It Out. I Felt It Wiggle The Entire Time

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#132 A Lizard Has Been Ingested By My Carnivorous Pitcher Plant. Plant:1 Lizard:0

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#133 A Hollow Tree With Branches On The Inside

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#134 Orca Stranded After The 8.3 Magnitude Earthquake In Southeast Alaska

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#135 Alligator Gar Skull I Found While Hiking Today

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#136 I Put These Bug Traps Down 2 Days Ago. Just Wanted To Check In Before I Burn The House Down

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#137 Caiman With An Unusual Tail

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#138 Vultures Keep Circling This House In My Neighborhood. Should We Call Someone?

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#139 A Wasp Carrying A Huntsman Spider

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#140 “Fungeye” Natures Expression Of Human Body Parts

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#141 Izmir, Turkey. Huge Huntsman Spider. Haven’t Seen Her Since This Encounter In The Bathroom

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#142 There Was A Black Widow In My Grapes Today. I Live In Washington

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#143 Scary Spider. Massive And Almost Walked Into It

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#144 Assassin Bug Babies On A Death March Out Of Their Egg Clutch. Scary

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#145 Tree In The Napa Wildfire, Taken By My Buddy

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#146 Recent Photograph Made Me Search My Photo Archive For This Impressive Caecilia Abitaguae

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#147 These Blue Dragons Seriously Look Like Aliens To Me

Such a weird-looking creature but the best thing about them is that they eat bluebottles, so we need a lot more of these blue warriors to get rid of bluebottles.

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#148 In My Dream, I Was Being Tickled By A Feather. On My Cheek. Ended Up Finding This In My Sheets In The Morning

Needless to say, I changed my bedsheets. Absolutely hate centipedes.

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#149 Update To Track The New Level Of Bugs In My Dad’s Shop Microwave Display (They’re Drawn To The Clock’s Backlight)

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#150 Went To Grab A Paper Towel Roll

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#151 This Spider Changed His Skin Several Times In The Same Spot

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#152 Wasp Hive

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#153 View From Inside The Eyewall Of Hurricane Dorian. Given To Me By A Hope Town Survivor We Evacuated From The Bahamas

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#154 This Fish Caught In N. Carolina (More Pics)

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#155 In 2020 One Of My Biggest Photographic Dreams Come True, Some Real Close-Close-Close-Up Pictures Of An Active Volcano

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#156 My Mom’s Neighbor Has A Wasp Nest That Has Grown Around The Flood Lights On Their Garage. Sleep Tight

#157 It’s A Sweet Potato Sea Cucumber. Seagulls Were Eating The Insides And It Looked Bloody

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#158 Not A Good Day To Be This Bee

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#159 Found This While Digging Around In My Parent’s Attic

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#160 I Found This In My Crawlspace

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#161 I Took A Picture Of A Sheep Heard At Night And It Turned Out Pretty Scary

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#162 Happy Valentine’s Day

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#163 I’ve Just Found Out That Horseshoe Crabs Have Five Eyes On The Top Of Their “Helmet”. They Also Have Light Sensors And Photoreceptors On Their Tail

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#164 Giant Praying Mantis Paid Us A Little Visit Today In Grant Park

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#165 A Skittle Of Cactus Bugs, Is What I’m Choosing To Call This Aggregation

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#166 Hairy Lychee And A Blueberry

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#167 Grandpa’s Attic

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#168 Spider And Ant Share A Delicious Grasshopper. Can’t We All Just Get Along?

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#169 The Trees Are Waking Up

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#170 I Found A Creepy Face Looking Growth On A Tree In Upstate NY

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#171 Apple That Was Eaten By Wasps And Hornets

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#172 Demon Lemons From My Yard

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#173 My New Flat Is At The End Of This Road. Pray For Me

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#174 This Zombie-Esque Tree I Found While Stuck In Traffic

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