A juvenile specimen of the recently-discovered Australian Peacock spider, Maratus Albus, sits on the nib of a pencil in this undated picture taken in Western Australia's Nuytsland Nature Reserve. (Photo by Jurgen Otto/Reuters)
These tiny insects are so well camouflaged it is nearly impossible to make out their cleverly disguised forms. Canadian photographer and adventurer Paul Bertner attempted to catch the bugs in their natural habitats as part of a hide-and-seek game to show biodiversity in nature. Here: Stick insects. (Photo by Paul Bertner/Caters News)
Laurent Seroussi is a tremendously talented French photographer who have worked with most of Frensch superstars as well as made a lot of advertising campaigns. Laurent Seroussi’s multifaceted imagery brings together his background in both graphic design and moving imagery. His immediate work stretches the imagination with playful visual tricks and postproduction wizardry.
Thai vendors stand next to edible insects for sale at Talad Thai market in Pathum Thani province on the outskirts of Bangkok, Thailand, 15 July 2013. Insects have long been on the menu in Thailand, but academics and the United Nation's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) officials are hoping they will become a more common global source of protein and nutrients to meet the need for growing world food requirements in the future. (Photo by Narong Sangnak/EPA)