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The bombardier beetle ejects a hot chemical spray

Trapped inside a toad' stomach, this insect is still able to make it out alive. Meet the bombardier beetle. 💪😮

03/08/2019 7:21 AM
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451 comments

  • Alicia A.
    03/08/2019 07:36

    I'll be sure not to swallow one.

  • Linda K.
    03/08/2019 07:37

    bombardētājvaboles, they're real! 😂😂😂

  • Jeffrey L.
    03/08/2019 07:39

    A thousand times a second! I call BS! lol

  • Sam N.
    03/08/2019 07:43

    Good thing these guys don't get seared by their own hot chemical 😲

  • Robert W.
    03/08/2019 07:43

    Nature is so cool.

  • Mark K.
    03/08/2019 07:57

    Might be a natural solution here in the eradication of Australia's cane toad problem.

  • Ben A.
    03/08/2019 08:15

    this is one of the favourites for intelligent design evangelicals to use as evidence that it too complex to of evolved separately?

  • Giovanni C.
    03/08/2019 08:21

    good ol' farting beetle

  • Victor A.
    03/08/2019 08:32

    Amazing way to protect itself!

  • Jona L.
    03/08/2019 08:38

    me, after 3 months without sex

  • Marco J.
    03/08/2019 09:07

    fire in the hole 😂

  • Tena S.
    03/08/2019 09:47

    :o

  • Julie B.
    03/08/2019 09:59

    wow 😲

  • Jennifer H.
    03/08/2019 10:16

    - this would have been a cool research topic too!

  • Tony T.
    03/08/2019 10:25

    ! When I grow up, I wanna be a Bombardier Beetle!

  • Асен О.
    03/08/2019 10:45

    most metal thing today!

  • Jose G.
    03/08/2019 11:20

    tt ya disparan y tó

  • Shinji W.
    03/08/2019 11:51

    Also when I bust a nut

  • Shinji W.
    03/08/2019 11:57

    https://youtu.be/w62NuIjapfk

  • Maria Z.
    03/08/2019 12:41

    😨