Nope! It’s a wasp!
This is a fairy wasp next to a single-celled amoeba and paramecium, all completely to scale. The wasps have ultra-tiny, condensed cells, and their brains have to fit mostly in their bodies!
Fairy wasps use their wings not just for flying, but for paddling underwater, as they lay their own eggs inside the eggs of aquatic arthropods!
Did I already reblog this from my bug blog? I don’t remember!
Oh my fucking god that’s amazing.
my Dad makes dad jokes but because hes a physics teacher theyre not common dad jokes
"hey dad, whats up?"
"Up is a directional vector with no force"
Client: I’m getting taken to a not found  page when I click on this link. Can you fix it?
Me: Sure, what is it supposed to link to?
Client: Oh, I haven’t created that page yet.