Madagascar Wildlife: Giraffe-Necked Weevil- Wow, look how long his neck is!
odditiesoflife: Walking Leaves (family Phyllidae, order Phasmatodea) Leaf insects use camouflage to take on the appearance of a leaf. They do this so accurately that predators often aren’t able to distinguish them from real leaves. In some species the edge of the leaf insect’s body even has the appearance of bite marks. To further confuse predators, when the leaf insect walks, it rocks back and forth, to mimic a real leaf being blown by the wind. Credit: Wikipedia
Phyllium sp "Cat Tien"(P.S.G n° ???)
Gray's leaf insect (Phyllium bioculatum) is a leaf insect native to west Malaysia. Leaf insects have extremely flattened, irregularly shaped bodies, wings, and legs. They are usually about 2–4 inches long long. They are called leaf insects because their large, leathery forewings have veins that look similar to the veins on the particular type of leaves they inhabit.