May 11, 2021

25 Times Nature Showed Her Horrifying Side

As humans over drowned in work, stress, a daily routine we tend to forget what is life like out there in nature. As much as we enjoy the lovely nature, the mountains, and everything, we cannot pretend is all sweetness and light out there.

If you have spent some time outdoors you probably have been able to see some of its horrors as well, if not so far, you can just scroll down below and check them out from the comfort and safety of your home. Warning: This list might be too scary for you.

#1 Wrap Around Spider, Named For Its Ability To Flatten And Wrap Its Body Around Tree Limbs


#2 Spiderbro Guarding Me From Malaria Outside My Window


#3 Seaweed In The Waves


#4 Xylaria Polymorpha, Commonly Known As Dead Man’s Fingers, Is A Saprobic Fungus


#5 A Firefly Kept Right On Flashing After Being Eaten By A Frog


#6 This Frog Was Found All Dried Up And Withered Outside The Store In The Morning… The Store Manager Said, “Let’s Try Splashing Some Water On It,” And Holy Sh*t It Came Back To Life


#7 The Skeleton Of A Puffer Fish Is Pretty Metal


#8 Damn Nature, You Scary…


#9 Rome Yesterday


#10 My Mum’s Toilet After A Recent Flood


#11 Snapdragon Seed Pods Look Like Skulls


#12 Those Fishes Are Literally Lit

#13 The Eyes And Teeth Of A Scallop

#14 This Is A Hammerhead Bat And Is By Far The Creepiest Animal I’ve Seen


#15 My Gecko Ate His Tail


#16 This Is Why You Always Have To Check The Toilet In Australia

                                  Meanwhile in Australia

#17 These Plants Look Like Tiny Hands


#18 The Clathrus Archeri Fungus Resembles Some Pretty Metal Tentacles Sprouting From An Alien Egg When It Blooms


#19 Currently Renovating Our Floors. Seems Everyone Has Come Out Of Hiding


#21 The Frog That Caught A Spider


#22 Acid Spitting Ants

#23 Black Swallower Died Trying To Eat A Fish 4 Times Its Size


#24 Attack Of Legionary Ants (Also Known As Army Ants Or Marabunta) To A Wasp Honeycomb


#25 The Giant Isopod, Found In The Deep Seas And Is An Example Of Deep-Sea Gigantism