These ruthless Assassin bugs hid from potential predators using a camouflage cloak – made from the bodies of ants they had killed.
The deadly insects paralyzed the ants by injecting them with a toxic enzyme before sucking them dry.
They then piled the dried-out corpses on their sticky backs to act as a defense against other predators, such as jumping spiders.
Nature…go home. You’re drunk.
Photo by Guek Hock Ping/Photoshot/Solent News.
Via The Telegraph.