It probably gets its fix of salt from those tears.
In a bizarre interaction between a frog and an insect, it’s the frog that ends up as food.
Watch this caterpillar fling its beetle attacker through the air.
The infected bugs seek out flowers, stick their heads in and bite for their life. Then, hours after dying, their wings spring into action.
It’s their way of rejecting unrequited love.
Meet the head-borer wasp that eats its way out into the world through another wasp’s head.
By giving a brood’s firstborn female smaller portions and a low-protein diet, a mother bee can turn the offspring into a nursemaid for her younger siblings.
They have slender bodies, swollen legs, eyes that run down to the mouth and “tails” that are longer than themselves.
With new recruits that keep raining in from up above, this unique society has no queen, and the ants work in pitch darkness with no obvious access to food
The odd feeding behaviour may even help keep the young insects together in a primitive form of social living.
Insects are skilled architects that build homes of all kinds, from basements to tree houses and even skyscrapers.
These colourful, hairy insects are beautiful to look at, but they have so many defences that virtually nothing eats them.
Study explains how wandering ants guide a group of food gatherers back to the nest.
Researchers in India say they have developed a prototype of an energy-harvesting device from the cocoons of a domesticated species of silk moth.
Evolution has gifted them with a long, flexible and slender egg-laying organ.