Alex Wild on insects, science, and photography
A high-paced action film from BBC’s Life:
It’s got brutal fighting, spectacular free-falls, and plenty of sex. Just what you’ve come to expect from David Attenborough.
Posted in: beetles, fun.
Tagged: BBC · coleoptera · David Attenborough
Not to mention the dramatic, immensely epic rejection at the end. A parallel that is oddly found in the human species, as well.
Heh. True, that.
That’s why we females sometime have to eat our males after mating – to keep the equilibrium.
I don’t get it, why dos he throws the female after matin? does that kills her? If so, isn’t he putting a risk over his descendants?
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