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Giant hornet and a dragonfly



A close-up look at two giant insects chilling on one brave guy's hand.

   

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Comment icon #1 Posted by freetoroam on 23 July, 2018, 10:43
He keeps touching the dragonfly and it does fly off. Has he laced his fingers with something which they are attracted to......a thin coat of tree sap or honey?
Comment icon #2 Posted by third_eye on 23 July, 2018, 11:28
These two are actually much more inclined to eat each other ... ~ [00.00:17] ~ [00.00:35] ~
Comment icon #3 Posted by ChaosRose on 23 July, 2018, 17:17
I get that they're happy while eating, but still. No thanks.
Comment icon #4 Posted by ChaosRose on 23 July, 2018, 17:17
I'm perfectly ok with a dragonfly, but not a giant hornet.
Comment icon #5 Posted by TripGun on 25 July, 2018, 11:40
That's the Brown Hornet.


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