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The female orchid mantis is a master of disguise. The S.E. Asian native patiently waits for unsuspecting prey to mistake it for a flower. When pollinating insects such as bees & butterflies come closer to check it out, the mantis strikes. [📸: Sebastian Janicki from @PBSNature ]

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The sengi scurries across the forest floor in Africa, using its snout to track down its next meal. It sniffs out prey such as ants and termites—and uses its sharp sense of smell to detect nearby predators, like snakes. [📸: Sebastian Janicki from @PBSNature ]

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