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Giant Long-Legged Katydid (Malaysia)
Inhabiting the mountainous slopes of Malaysia, these huge enormous insect eating insects are the largest katydids in the world.
Hickory Horned Devil (North America)
These solitary nocturnal caterpillars curl up into a “j” shape during the day that resembles bird droppings.
Also known as doodlebugs, the larvae eat ants (hence the name) while the more mature antlions move on to consuming nectar and pollen.
Giant Walking Stick (New Guinea, New Caledonia, and the Solomon Islands)
Not only does it blend in to look like a stick, if you do manage to spot it and it feels threatened, depending on the species it may try to squirt you with vomit, feces, or blood.
Wheel Bug (North America)
They generally feed upon soft bodied insects which they pierce with their beak in order to inject poison that dissolves their insides.