Thursday, September 15, 2011

Insect feeds on liquor, kills human

A man dies drinking alcohol filled with dirt and insect.

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Friday, August 5, 2011


Solace from James Zanoni on Vimeo.

Created from footage I was able to shoot this past June, This short was just a chance for me to experiment in After Effects with track, stabilization, and color correction.

This short video begins a year long look into how as a Designer and Creative, I can leave a positive impact on something I find truly important.

Honey bees currently face a huge epidemic, and need any help they can get. As an amazing creature of this planet, they are responsible for pollinating around 1/3 of all the fruits and veggies we eat. Our existence and theirs is much more closely tied than many would ever know.

Find out more about how you can help at and​.

Shot on a Canon 7D. Red Rock Micro Custom Rig | Canon 50mm 1.4 | 17-40mm 4 | 100mm 2.8 macro

Music Featured - "Black Sands" by Bonobo

The fact of creation (Harun Yahya)

The Anderson Insect Zoo Visits The Kohl Museum

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Strange New Insect Creatures Infesting Galewela Village in Sri Lanka - July 2011

Flatid Leaf Bug Nymph?

Galewela, Sri Lanka July 2011
"Villagers in Galewela have sought the assistance of authorities including the Wildlife Department to identify a creature which has been fast spreading in the area. The insect around one inch was spotted by a villager and since then a large number of people have been visiting the location."

Monday, August 1, 2011


Citrus Flatid Planthopper

The Flighty Fem

Snapping turtle attacked by dragonflies at Coggeshall Park, Fitchburg

Spider of death

Spiders paralyzed by Wasps

Wildlife of San Gabriel Valley

My cat fails at killing an insect!!!

Sunday, July 31, 2011

The Angry Mantis


Hummingbird Hawk Moth

Praying mantis guarding marijuana plant

Big Ass Caterpillar

Queen Bee Mating

Biggest Moth in the World!

Chickens Breaking Up A Rabbit Fight!

Chickens keep the peace on this farm... This video has nothing to do with insects but I don't GAF.

July Insect Songs - (110729-1710)

Jonny's Stick Insect

Badass Insect

The guy with the stick is holding it at three arm's length like a grasshopper could really do him harm... Then again, it is a "Badass Insect."

Saturday, July 30, 2011

Stick insect with 4 legs!



canon powershot sx30 is clip 2 hoverflies


Close-up on spiny stick insect, North Borneo

Crazy bug ( insect)

Stink bug.

Spider killing and spinning webbing on insect

Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon - Babes Trailer

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Completed stick insect tank

A vid showing you my completed DIY stick insect tank...constucted using 2mm clear acrylic, Gap filler and muslin. If you thought it was creative or if you liked the build then please give the vid a thumbs up, leave a comment and subscribe thanks!

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Leafhoppers - insect's strange behavior

Pinning Large Insects

Oregon State University Extension entomologist Silvia Rondon demonstrates how to pin large insects, another step in creating an insect collection.

Australian Birds, Animals, Reptiles and Insects

Uploaded by OHM26 on Jul 16, 2011

The animals in this clip were taken in 2004 whilst on a trip to Girraween National Park, Queen Mary Falls, Carnarvon Gorge and Mount Moffatt (All in Queensland, Australia). Included are Kangaroos, Wallaby, Echidna, Lace Monitor (Goanna), Praying Mantis, Butterflies, Kookaburras, Turtle, Eagle, Parrots and Lorikeets' and a Spider! There are also a couple of Joeys in the pouch of one of the Kangaroos and the Wallaby.

This was shot on my old camera so please excuse the poorer quality of the video.

Music by Kevin MacLeod ( Title: Memory Lane. Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0""

Saturday, July 9, 2011

Capturing Monster Moth Outside US Bank

Wild encounter of an insect that is not seen everyday.

After we captured it, we did some research and found out that it is a Polyphemus Moth. After knowing that it only has a week to live and reproduce we have released it into the wild.

FUNNY! Cute insect makes weird noises

Little Insect Grubb-y guy

I spied upon this little guy walking home, and couldn't help take a video. Not sure what exactly he is, or what he is soon to become, but his struggle with crawling along the ground was just too endearing to not capture.

Look at those little legs he's using to cart his huge body around, fantastic!

European Garden Spider (Araneus diadematus) eating big insect

European Garden Spider (Araneus diadematus) eating big insect! Yep, we are full of insects here! Sorry for the bad quality of the video. The close ups of this camera just suck!

Georgia Night Insect Sounds

West Georgia nighttime insect sounds. Katydids on lead, crickets and possibly tree frogs on rhythm, and air-conditioning and interstate on percussion.

How to handle a stick insect

Handling of stick insects is easy. Some can be difficult as they can spray acid but most don't. Good beginner insects would be Thai, Indian, Giant Spiny, and Giant Prickly Stick Insects. They make a great addition to my collection and an interesting animal for the people that don't like my snakes.

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Stories of insect's world part 1 - Ants at work

From the video's description:
Hi, minna-sama!! Ants are sometimes very funny x3 I recorded them when they worked in front of our apartman in Croatia - so some croatian ants are starring!! :D I made subtitles ^^

Insect in Sangeetha 'Pure Veg' Restaurant India

From the video's description: Insect in fried food served at Sangeetha restaurant in Velachery, a suburub in the South Indian city of Chennai. The manager came and said that not to make a hue and cry since it was common that insects fly in due to the weather. So much for hygeine. The road where the restaurant is situated has several garbage mounds and open drains. Wonder how they clear the health inspections.

The July 4th Glowing Neon Insect!

From the video's description:
Ohio Bigfoot Hunters: Turn your volume up and then don't miss what we find out in the woods!!!!!!! Freaking Awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Earth Defense Force Insect Armageddon Mission 1-1

Monday, July 4, 2011

Sunday, July 3, 2011

Team of ants carrying a force sensor

A team of Aphaenogaster cockerelli foragers carrying an artificial load marked with fig paste to make it attractive to them. Deflections of the sensor arms reveal the forces exerted by each ant. This kind of data can explain how these leaderless groups manage to coordinate so well. In turn, the ants can inspire designs for collective transport by robots.

Team of ants moving a fig

When scouts of the desert ant Aphaenogaster cockerelli find an item too large for a single ant, they quickly organize a small team that lifts and carries it directly to their nest, thus evading more aggressive competitors. This impressive ability is not seen in most ant species, which instead exploit large items in place, cut them into small pieces, or mount much clumsier retrieval efforts.

Ants Transporting Bug in Teamwork

Burning tweakin flying insect

"That shit is big, yo"

Insect Eggs on Bark of Tree

They look like grapes.

Are you eating pesticides Canola oil a great insect killer

Laughing Out Loud.

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Friday, June 24, 2011

Insects and Spiders of Lantana camara in India. Part-105 © Pankaj Oudhia

This film is a part of report titled "Insect and Spider biodiversity in Lantana camara wild population in India with special reference to Chhattisgarh, Jharkand and Orissa." by Pankaj Oudhia. For details please visit

Help control insect damage to gardens through sea mineral nutrition

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Eating Insects in Phnom Penh

This is me, Ary, snacking on various cockroaches, spiders and other creepy crawlies at the central market in phnom penh. Just for the record, I'm not a local. This is taken from our "South East Asia Trip '09" DVD. With commentary and opinions provided by Raph, Sam and Nick.

Trachyaretaon brueckneri (giant thorny stick insect)

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Ontario Silkworms And Feeder Insects

The one in the middle at the outset of the video looks like it's been paralyzed.

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Scorpion Carries Roach

Saw a scopion carrying it's prey on it's back. I thought it was interesting, so i filmed it for a moment.

What kind of domicile has scorpions and roaches. TF?

Katydid nymph on bright red daylily petals

This leaf is ALIVE! (Leaf Insect)

Giant Stick Insect Ponderosa

Insect Recycling

Swallowtail larva (Graphium agamemnon, family Papilionidae) feeding on its moulted skin. It will swallow the skin completely although this clip falls short of that. No one taught it how to recycle but it does such a splendid job of it. If it is inborn in them then I can only say in the evolution of man some vitally important trait was missing or lost in the process.

Mystery Insect Morphing

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Ants Eating Worm - The Ultimate Survivalists

10 Minutes Of Your Life: Watching Ants Eating a Donut

Japan Walking Stick Insect

Nature allowed it to look like a living twig.

Insect Caught In A Round-Leaf Sundew Plant

I already know that sugar is a poison.

Ants get honeydew from scale insects

Scale insects

My cool bug friends!!!


More Giant Spiny Stick Insect

Seeing spiders eating prey

Insect life at Pond Twym Llanelli

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Insect Infestation - 9 of 10 Condensed

A stoner producer for a right-wing ant-Beatles radio show claims to have been abducted by Space Aliens. Documentary/Satire Condensed (sped up and compacted) from 22 mins. to 15 mins.

Ants Getting Busy

Baby praying mantis with alternate ending....

Scary Mega-Insect in our Garden!!!

The "mega insect" is just a hummingbird moth.