Gallery: Dazzling Photos of Dew-Covered Insects

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The Very Damp Caterpiller

Credit: Miroslaw Swietek
Miroslaw Swietek captures stunning macro images of insects and other creepy-crawlies covered in dew. He takes his photos early in the morning in the forest…Read More »

near his village in Jaroszow, Poland. At that hour, insects and other bugs are still in a state of torpor and aren't disturbed by the camera, Swietek told LiveScience. [Read a Q&A with Swietek]   Less «
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