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Silkworms Spin Cocoons That Spell Their Own Doom

Those precious silk garments in your closet were made by the caterpillars of a fuzzy moth.

Silkworms Spin Cocoons That Spell Their Own Doom

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Barnacles Go To Unbelievable Lengths to Hook Up

Barnacles might look like jagged little rocks, but they have a surprisingly wild sex life.

Barnacles Go To Unbelievable Lengths to Hook Up

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Honeypot Ants Turn Their Biggest Sisters Into Jugs of Nectar

Honeypot ants stuff members of their own colony until they look like tiny water balloons.

Honeypot Ants Turn Their Biggest Sisters Into Jugs of Nectar

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The Vinegaroon Sprays Acid to Foil Its Foes

What animal sprays acid that reeks of vinegar from its rear end? A vinegaroon, of course.

The Vinegaroon Sprays Acid to Foil Its Foes

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This Mushroom Tricks Flies By Faking Its Own Death

The cage fungus looks and smells like decaying meat — on purpose.

This Mushroom Tricks Flies By Faking Its Own Death

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Flying Termites Take a Dangerous Journey to a New Life

Subterranean termites fly off in swarms, and then drop their wings to start new colonies.

Flying Termites Take a Dangerous Journey to a New Life

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These Stick Insects Are Three Times Weirder Than You Think

A twig is actually just one of many disguises for the Australian walking stick insect.

These Stick Insects Are Three Times Weirder Than You Think