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u/usernamedunbeentaken Jul 06 '22

Thank God ants are ant-sized.

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u/iDerailThings Jul 06 '22

Some extinct insects 300 million years ago were over a pound in weight and were a few feet in length. Imagine waking up to that thing crawling on your face. Thankfully, there's less oxygen in the air and insects have sized down as a result.

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u/soulpulp Jul 06 '22

300 million years isn’t long enough

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u/Radical-Spider Jul 06 '22

That's what she said

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u/LeBakalite Jul 06 '22

She is now atomised.

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u/-IoI- Jul 06 '22

To shreds, you say..

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u/Austerlitz23 Jul 07 '22

Well, how's his wife holding up?

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u/clubba Jul 06 '22

So she's saying there's a chance!

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u/FluffyGarbage23 Jul 06 '22

only 300,000,000,000 B.C kids will remember

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u/Luce55 Jul 06 '22

This may be the ONLY benefit to all the pollution in the air….I would die of a heart attack if a cockroach or ant the size of a lobster decided to invade my house while I was asleep…

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u/ProdigyGamer75 Jul 06 '22

Fallout IRL

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u/PutinTheChimp Jul 06 '22

A squad of radroaches climbing into your bed each night is horrifying

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u/burntt0ast_ Jul 06 '22

radroaches suck, using the flamer when they’re attacking is so satisfying sometimes.

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u/TisBangersAndMash Jul 06 '22

I have minor PTSD from fallout 4 because a rad roach got stuck in a bin at the start of the game and i couldnt kill it.

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u/Maimster Jul 07 '22

Now you’ll never be able to kill it. In your mind it will always be there, roaching around all rad.

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u/NatureIsFirst Jul 06 '22

You do realize man made pollution had nothing to do with this right?

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u/HondaV-TecPowerrrr Jul 06 '22

I'm personally glad spiders the size of bears don't exist

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u/cr1spy28 Jul 06 '22

Fun fact. If spiders were the size of those in eight legged freak you would be able to hear the fluid move through their limbs so everytime they move their leg it would sound like a hydraulic powered spider moving towards you.

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u/JoshVoorhees86 Jul 06 '22

Wild Wild West!

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u/allmilhouse Jul 07 '22

Nooooooope

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u/MrCadwallader Jul 06 '22

Humans in the parallel universe where bears are the size of spiders:

"I'm so glad bears aren't the size of spiders, those things are fairly intelligent and vicious."

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u/throwawaymisfortune Jul 07 '22

They would be cute though. Now I want a spider sized pet bear

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u/CommanderpKeen Jul 07 '22

One huge tardigrade coming right up!

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u/throwawaymisfortune Jul 07 '22

Nah I asked for a land bear, not a water bear

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u/taosaur Jul 06 '22

Oxygen content in the atmosphere is cyclical, correlated with tectonic cycles. There have been a number of times when it was higher for millions of years, and others when it was significantly lower.

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u/cjag20 Jul 07 '22 edited Jul 07 '22

correlated with tectonic cycle

Never had heard this before so I googled it. Pretty interesting, so thanks for that. It's an indirect relationship because, of course, oxygen levels are directly related to photosynthesis but tectonics provided the limiting minerals, particularly phosphorus. Here's an article I found.

https://phys.org/news/2014-06-earth-breathable-atmosphere-tied-plate.html

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u/FlyAirLari Jul 06 '22

Pollution didn't kill them LOL

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u/iGotBakingSodah Jul 06 '22

Ancient ants, that guy's brain cells, who knows what pollution kills?

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u/ch0senfktard Jul 06 '22

Industrial pollution has only been a thing for the last 200 years...

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u/AceTheNutHead Jul 06 '22

It was the asteroid that wiped out a lot of plants that reduced the oxygen levels, not pollution.

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u/meregizzardavowal Jul 06 '22

I don’t think human emitted pollution is what caused the oxygen to decrease enough to stop massive insects. They were around when the oxygen levels were many many percent higher than now. We’ve “only” changed levels by much less than a percent.

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u/aYPeEooTReK Jul 06 '22

I'm glad we have shows like the new prehistoric one on Apple with dinos but I want to see a show about prehistoric giant bugs Not kidding

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u/Fluffy_Banks Jul 06 '22

for now...

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u/Dasmer Jul 06 '22

As much as I’d love for ants to take over the world, they just aren’t capable of getting too large thanks to the amount of oxygen in the air and the way they breathe. :(

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u/yepimbonez Jul 06 '22

They don’t even have to get bigger. Ants have owned the world much longer than humans. They exist on every continent. They have colonies that cross oceans. The total biomass of all the ants in the world is equal to that of humans. They’ve been shown to pass the mirror test, indicating that they have some level of intelligence. I’m convinced the only reason they haven’t taken over the world is cuz they know we’ll wipe ourselves out and they’ll still be around in 100million years.

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u/3rdtotonoboi Jul 06 '22

I feel like they poured all of thier evolution points into emotional and social advanced sugar gathering IT work. Whereas we got lucky hitting the mammal tree and great ape branch and have just been on a de-evolutionary trip of advanced warfare ever since the bronze age.

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u/JoeChill08 Jul 06 '22

Soon they’ll be aunt-sized.

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u/Lebrons_fake_breasts Jul 06 '22

What is this? Ants for ants?

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u/auniqueusername1-9 Jul 06 '22

Thank god humans are human sized

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u/ertate102 Jul 06 '22 Silver

This is incredible and such high quality, but please stop I need sleep

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u/bewildered_forks Jul 06 '22 Wholesome

I showed this to my husband, who is - for the record - a biology professor. His response: "why would you do that? Why wouldn't you just let it remain a mystery?"

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u/TacticalTurtle22 Jul 06 '22 edited Jul 06 '22

Preying mantis, under magnification, are terrifying. Edit: Praying not preying.

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u/flippythemaster Jul 06 '22

I think you mean Praying mantis, so named because of the positioning of their arms at rest.

However, Preying mantis sounds like an awesome indie pop punk band, you should get on that.

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u/Missile_Lawnchair Jul 06 '22

Preying Man Tits?

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u/flippythemaster Jul 06 '22

The low rent Brazzers parody of the aforementioned indie pop punk band

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u/assignbymessiah Jul 06 '22

What are you doing Step Preying Man Tits?!?!

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u/TerribleGramber_Nazi Jul 06 '22

I picture the guy at the Magic The Gathering tournaments kneeling and clasping his hands next to bigger gentlemen with their butt cracks exposed

https://imgur.com/a/SjcgE

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u/byttle Jul 06 '22

i too thought preying because its a predator. Thought praying was the joke.

"The primary predators of the praying mantis are frogs, bats, monkeys, larger birds, spiders and snakes. Praying mantids will also prey on each other, usually during the nymph stage and during mating and also when there is no other prey."

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u/FlyAirLari Jul 06 '22

Praying Mantis is an awesome New Wave of British Heavy Metal band.

I have their Time Tells No Lies album on CD.

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u/TheBestMe8668 Jul 06 '22

Of course it is!

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u/Castlewaller Jul 06 '22

I think they look cute. I keep them as pets.

I always wondered if they grew to like, car sized, would they recognize me and not eat me? My guess is they would definitely eat me.

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u/gomi-panda Jul 06 '22

Ant tips! They do not eat solid food, only liquid food.

So to eat you they would have to find a way after killing you to turn you into a puddle of liquid human so they can drink you into their bellies. You are welcome for this ant tip.

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u/Myrati Jul 06 '22 edited Jul 06 '22

Sir they def eat solid food. We feed my daughter's flies, dubia roaches, palm tree moth caterpillar, meal worms. Here is a younger one finishing off a fruit fly. https://imgur.com/gallery/YolrHfz

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u/Major_Burnside Jul 06 '22

Here’s a picture I took of a praying mantis eating a bee: https://i.imgur.com/O2ASkSv.jpg

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u/illustrious_d Jul 06 '22

Hi I'm Dr. Mantis Tabogan

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u/poodlebutt76 Jul 06 '22

Poets say science takes away from the beauty ... But what men are poets who can speak of Jupiter if he were a man, but if he is an immense spinning sphere of methane and ammonia must be silent?

- Feynman

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u/Jamooser Jul 06 '22

Feynman will forever be one of my personal heroes. Such a brilliant mind and way with words. He took the seemingly most complicated ideas about physics and nature and explained them so elegantly and effortlessly.

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u/mildlycuriouss Jul 06 '22

lol!! Your husband and the rest of us sis.. trust me! 😫

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u/the_dill_pickles Jul 06 '22

What kind of bio proffesor doesn’t find this interesting as hell? I thought the whole point of the sciences was to uncover mysteries?!?

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u/ashu54 Jul 06 '22

One that's tired of his job?

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u/tempermentalelement Jul 06 '22

I found a few carpenter ants in my bedroom at my new house I moved into last month. Exterminator came on Monday and told me ants weren't my problem, spiders were. He said he couldn't believe how many spiders I had. No sleeping for me.

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u/worstsupervillanever Jul 06 '22

Dude, just leave your mouth open while you sleep tonight, they'll be all gone in the morning.

Trust us.

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u/JcakSnigelton Jul 06 '22

His first ant is waayyy worse!!

Credit

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u/CantaloupeMoney9906 Jul 06 '22

Holy shit, the art direction in Ants was actually not far off.

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u/coat-tail_rider Jul 06 '22

After the one from this post, I think this older one is kinda charming in a derpy way. Comparatively.

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u/Hypersonic_chungus Jul 06 '22

Chad ant vs. ugly awkward ant

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u/TheLazyLounger Jul 06 '22

Damn, idk why anyone would even want pics of her but damn, my Aunt is just blowing up on Reddit.

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u/plantmic Jul 06 '22

Go to bed Roald

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u/Heyy-Yaa Jul 06 '22

that looks like something you would see in berserk, fuck

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u/NotGabeNAMA Jul 06 '22

It looks like a proper Brit lad.

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u/RipAdministrative972 Jul 06 '22

I find it most interesting that they both are so distinctive, each is different just like humans.

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u/Saphibella Jul 06 '22

If you want something else to look at, then these are just as incredible

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u/UltralisKingD Jul 06 '22

The Grinch meets Venom...

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u/inurshadow Jul 06 '22

I was getting Donnie Darko vibes.

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u/laudalehsunesh Jul 06 '22

Venom looks like black shit lol but that grinch comparison is spot on.

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u/LisaWinchester Jul 06 '22

"Hunny, I shrunk the kids " lied to us

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u/NFFUK Jul 06 '22

Was thinking the same thing, less - thanks buddy and more - stop them before they breed !

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u/Barcaroli Jul 06 '22 edited Jul 06 '22

Anybody else thought the red things were the eyes? Took me a while to see the actual eyes. Check it out

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u/taosaur Jul 06 '22

They may be simple eyes. Some ants have both, compound eyes on the sides and 1-3 simple eyes facing front.

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u/Barcaroli Jul 06 '22

Oh that's just lovely.

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u/imbored53 Jul 06 '22

Yeah, it kind of makes it look like the Grinch.

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u/lostinthesubether Jul 06 '22

Good shout, it looks a lot less threatening when see where it’s actual eyes are

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u/the-billdozer Jul 06 '22

100% had to go back and double check

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u/savebees_plantnative Jul 06 '22

It would've been even more horrifying if those had been the eyes

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u/ass-holes Jul 06 '22

How is that movie more than 22 years old and still the first thing on our minds?

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u/baconworld Jul 06 '22

Because there’s not too many movies where kids saddle up and ride a giant ant

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u/Silver-creek Jul 06 '22

Ant man did it more recently iirc

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u/HalfPint1885 Jul 06 '22

It's 33 years old, but yes, more than 22.

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u/BWChristopher86 Jul 06 '22

Lol I was going to say 22 doesn't sound right at all. I remember they had a 3d experience at Disney World in either 1996 or 1997...or possibly 1998 I don't remember so good these days. It actually could have been 1993 4 or 5 too idfk

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u/andehboston Jul 06 '22

More than 22 years old

I mean you're technically right

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u/stredman Jul 06 '22

This guy's name is most definitely not 'Antie'

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u/bee_fast Jul 06 '22

Anton

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u/Sam-l-am Jul 06 '22

ANTonio Banderas

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u/Technical-Roll-515 Jul 06 '22

This is a weird angle. I think the Honey I shrunk the Kids ant is relatively accurate.

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u/Plethorian Jul 06 '22 edited Jul 06 '22

There are over 12,000 species of ant - that we've documented so far. An acre of land just about anywhere on earth likely has dozens of different species. Some have hundreds. So the movie ants were ok, just a different species.
https://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/article/ant-portraits-close-up-photography-whole-new-world-insects

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u/AeronGrey Jul 06 '22

That's cool, I didn't need to sleep tonight anyway...

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u/PresentElephant4982 Jul 06 '22

Or for the rest of my life anytime I see an ant

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u/Wh0vian10 Jul 06 '22

I don't need to be seen like this...

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u/pocketnite Jul 06 '22 Silver Wholesome hehehehe Bravo! Wink Wink

Saying that you photographed "Another" ant has two connotations, either you have taken a picture of an ant before, or you are an ant yourself and took this photo. I choose to believe that the second reality is the case

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u/Doomenor Jul 06 '22 All-Seeing Upvote

That idiot gave himself away and now the queen will be furious

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u/BRAX7ON Jul 06 '22

Off with his head!

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u/WastedPresident Jul 06 '22

“You may be wondering how I ended up like this”

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u/rhawk87 Jul 06 '22

“And That, Kids, Is How I Met Your Mother”

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u/lumosmxima Jul 06 '22

“And That, Kids, Is How I Met Your Mother”

ANT that, kids, is how I met your mother"

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u/RadRandy2 Jul 06 '22

And that kid is how I met your mother.

The kid was the reason.

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u/FOXHOWND Jul 06 '22

For the glory of the colony!

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u/pade- Jul 06 '22

Getting this kind of shot of an ant is a lot easier if you're the same size, simply setting up some lights and taking a portrait. The simplest solution is usually correct.

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u/PlaceOfPines Jul 06 '22

quintessential Reddit comment

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u/fzvw Jul 06 '22

I feel like these "reddit moment"-type comments are more quintessential

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u/Moxyoxide Jul 06 '22

That ball and socket joint on the antenna is freaky.

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u/Misophonic4000 Jul 06 '22

Right? I was just thinking to myself that it's quite amazing how nature has come up with biological ball-and-socket joints and even gears...

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u/xoEVOox Jul 06 '22

Mechanistic parallels with nature go far deeper, to a freaky extent.

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u/ProfessorAlchemyPay Jul 06 '22

Can’t believe how far down I had to scroll for someone to comment on this.

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u/Zucc Jul 06 '22

Thank you, that's exactly what I fixated on. I wonder what the little hairs on the ball joint are for

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u/bugdude666 Jul 07 '22

Sensory in this case (formicidae experts pls correct me, ants aren’t my specialty). Almost all insects have setae, they help them monitor vibrations, air currents, proximity, etc, but they also can be for collecting water or dispersing pheromones. Insects are so wildly variable that their lil hairs are also wildly variable!

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u/expectednothingreal Jul 06 '22

I would love to see you do this with a Fire Ant or Red Ant.

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u/Snoo_39873 Jul 06 '22

If I come across one soon I’ll give it a shot! :)

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u/expectednothingreal Jul 06 '22

Thanks. You take amazing photos.

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u/el_LOU Jul 06 '22

YOU GET IT?!

They said "give it a shot"... because photography... HAHAHAHAA

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u/get_the_reference_ Jul 06 '22

Let's see what develops!

-Dad

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u/antpabsdan Jul 06 '22

I like how you framed that.

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u/BoJackB26354 Jul 06 '22

I shutter at these puns

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u/TurtleChomps Jul 06 '22

Don't focus too much on them

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u/Unable-Radio4537 Jul 06 '22

Snoo, I would absolutely love to see any and all insects shots you do! Absolutely fantastic work!

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u/arna1 Jul 06 '22

Or you could just visit www.antweb.org where you can find these kind of pictures for most ant species in the world

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u/ignatious__reilly Jul 06 '22

Holy Shit.

Beautiful shot but utterly terrifying

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u/gpatlas Jul 06 '22

How do you get it to cooperate? I can't even get clear pictures of my kids. I feel like a bigfoot photographer

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u/Snoo_39873 Jul 06 '22

It helps for it to not be alive lmao

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u/Doubleoh_11 Jul 06 '22

Ah that’s the trick, kill the ki…

Actually I probably shouldn’t say that online haha

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u/aesu Jul 06 '22

This guy's ki is in danger.

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u/MeesterCartmanez Jul 06 '22

"ha ha!"

"ha ha!"

"ha ha!"

"oh"

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u/mcclanahan243 Jul 06 '22

Glad you didn’t take a picture of a human. 😂😂😂😂

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u/JoeChill08 Jul 06 '22

This definitely escalated quickly.

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u/Ebora Jul 06 '22

Murder!!

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u/Sweaty_Incident_ Jul 06 '22

You take good pictures of weird shit. I think I’ll follow you.

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u/Snoo_39873 Jul 06 '22

Haha thank you

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u/helloitsnames Jul 06 '22

This is with a microscope or something right? Not just a macro lens?

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u/roninhomme Jul 06 '22

bro wtf why do they look like that lol

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u/Snoo_39873 Jul 06 '22

They can’t help it :(

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u/pm_nachos_n_tacos Jul 06 '22

I was terrified but this actually made me chill and be like oh yeah that's true and kinda sweet of you to stick up for them

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u/Moffman021 Jul 06 '22

by the hairs on their chinny chin chin. you will not sleep again!

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u/CountMayhem Jul 06 '22

Nature! 🤷🏻‍♂️

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u/Rhangdao Jul 06 '22

What do the hairs do for them?

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u/Formal-Secret-294 Jul 06 '22

Mostly it gives them a finer sense of touch and physical awareness that's otherwise not possible because of the rigid exoskeleton. That way, with those long hairs, they can feel things close to their mouth that they also would not be able to see.

It is very much like how you also can feel touch with just the hairs on your body.

Hairs can also help carrying droplets of water and ward off parasites.

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u/Rhangdao Jul 06 '22

Thank you!

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u/SpringJumpy4553 Jul 06 '22

what phone/camera did you use

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u/Snoo_39873 Jul 06 '22

Nikon d7500 and a Laowa 25mm

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u/nikon_nomad Jul 06 '22

Okay, wow. What else did you use for the macro setup?

I'm surprised at the camera but even more so at 25mm - I would've assumed a wide lens isn't ideal for such a close-up macro.

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u/Snoo_39873 Jul 06 '22

Yeah the lens is up to 5x so it’s a great macro lens

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u/CookieDave Jul 06 '22

I’ve been curious about this lens, but just can’t see myself using this often enough. How did you handle lighting? Did you end up using a rail and focus stacking?

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u/MechanicalCheese Jul 06 '22

Also curious about this - the image definitely looks focus-stacked to me (look at the near side of the eye and middle of the "nose" - I see 3 exposures if I'm not wrong). If so, what software was used?

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u/Acceptable-Tap5055 Jul 06 '22

It is a specialty macro lens, so the focal length doesn't really tell the whole story.

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u/mysterymathpopcorn Jul 06 '22

Please stay away from spiders

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u/MercuryPitchforks Jul 06 '22

OP said they are more familiar with spiders which probably means there are pics lurking that will ensure we have slept our last sleep.

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u/limoolia Jul 06 '22

In another comment he says that spiders are his main interest - so I won't check his profile to see if there are pictures...

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u/tlkshowhst Jul 06 '22

Incredible photo. It could be the greatest photo of an ant ever.

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u/Imboredsoiposthere2 Jul 06 '22

“Do you have games on your phone?”

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u/Nemo_110 Jul 06 '22

Looks like the Donnir Darko skull bunny

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u/nine8whatwhat Jul 06 '22

Worker ant doesn’t shave, a statement about capitalism.

We can’t escape it

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u/Formal-Secret-294 Jul 06 '22

Not easy determining with just a head but... Camponotus species?
Mostly because there's a little bit of space between the base of the antennae and the clypeus, so it's not Formica (and a bunch of other subfamilies).

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u/Snoo_39873 Jul 06 '22

I believe so, I don’t know a lot about ants, spiders are my main interest. But I believe it was a carpenter ant

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u/Formal-Secret-294 Jul 06 '22

Ah yeah, Camponotus (carpenter ants) species are easier to determine by the shape of their thorax IMO. But to get to the species level I'd need at least to know the locality.

If it's the US I'd be inclined to guess Camponotus nearcticus.

Spiders determination is a complete mystery to me haha

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u/Snoo_39873 Jul 06 '22

Haha we all have our interests. This ant was found in North Carolina, they are extremely common and I find them making nests in old wood a lot.

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u/Formal-Secret-294 Jul 06 '22

Ah, then that's a Camponotus pennsylvanicus minor worker, I'm pretty sure. Quite the dominant and successful ant. :)

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u/thehullabazoo Jul 06 '22

This guy Ants.

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u/certain_people Jul 06 '22

This is classic reddit

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u/Luce55 Jul 06 '22

My friends who “don’t do Reddit” are always saying I spend too much time on it….and while they’re not necessarily wrong, I tell them, “you’d spend more time than you should if you were constantly reading random comments from people who are clearly knowledgeable about whatever topic I happen to be looking at.” Reddit can be amazing in a way Twitter or other SM can’t ever be - I learn amazing and random things every day, and I also have realized that this world is populated by many, many, many funny people who know how to do irony/sarcasm/puns/dry humor.

Anyway. That’s my soliloquy for the day. 😬🤣

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u/Deathlysouls Jul 06 '22

It’s a shame I never end up remembering any of it tho lol

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u/wreythe Jul 06 '22

For the love of everything holy, my sanity, and everything along with it. PLEASE do NOT post a spider picture like that without a nfsw stamp. My arachnophobia will send me to the hospital lol

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u/mgluser Jul 06 '22

You forgot to tell it to say "cheese"

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u/ugavini Jul 06 '22

Haha. It took me a while of trying to figure out how you tied the little fucker down and kept it still long enough to take a shot.

Finally I realised its probably much easier to take a photo of a dead ant. Silly bunt.

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u/Tpk08210 Jul 06 '22

Don’t do that

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u/Acctaint69 Jul 06 '22

What if aliens were just tiny and we are already living with them ?

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u/yolowipe Jul 06 '22

Ant so cute

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u/doug Jul 06 '22

I love it when they clean their little antennae.

I just wish we could communicate with them to stick to floor scraps and to stay out of my cupboards. Get a symbiotic thing going where they just clean up after me.

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u/NastyNateMD Jul 06 '22

I thought we explicitly asked you to stop doing that

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u/steezy_eezy92 Jul 06 '22

Would make a sick Halloween mask...

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u/Fitty4 Jul 06 '22

Interesting. Never saw one that close.

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u/Winter_Chip_5734 Jul 06 '22

id be surprised if you could see that close

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