Monsters in Our Midst!

We don’t always see them. Many are microscopic. Or live deep in the ocean. Or under our skin. Or inside of us! But–news flash, people–our world is full of alien beings! As a Halloween follow-up, here’s a sampling of some Monsters in our Midst!

(Click on any image to enlarge it–if you dare!–or to begin slide show)

Regarding those last few (I mean, come on, Venezuelan Poodle Moth!), You’re welcome!

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33 Responses to Monsters in Our Midst!

  1. SHRUTI DUBEY says:

    I won’t be getting a good night’s sleep after seeing them.😲😲

    Liked by 1 person

  2. librepaley says:

    Ah, I never worry much about insect and arachnid life until I see them ‘blown up’ like this!

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  3. Lovely….seriously, a few are very beautiful.

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  4. OwnShadow says:

    As disturbing as some online-dating sites.

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  5. I’ll try to think of them as God’s creations, as they are. But, still…creepy monsters. Thx for sharing!!

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  6. Erika Kind says:

    Gosh, this gave me constant shivers. The smaller the scarier… As it was said in a comment, it is all God’s creations and I respect that but I don’t need to be best friends with all of them…

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  7. Nancy Ruegg says:

    We often remark on the beauty of God’s creation, and forget about all the downright weird creepy-crawlies. I guess God loves the bizarre as well as the beautiful! M-m-m. Maybe that’s a good thing where humans are concerned too!

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  8. Kim Smyth says:

    What a perfect post-Halloween post! I can see where some of the inspiration for movie monsters comes from!!

    Liked by 1 person

  9. atimetoshare.me says:

    Who said God doesn’t have a sense of humor?

    Liked by 3 people

  10. Some things are best left unseen and unknown.

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  11. I may not sleep tonight!

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  12. M.B. Henry says:

    Nice! Some bizarre-looking creatures out there for sure!

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  13. These are really cool and creepy!!

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  14. Wow the though of having those insects the same size as us has me cringing 😬

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  15. TEP336 says:

    I love it. Going through the whole gallery, “nightmare fuel, nightmare fuel, nightmare fuel, oh look, it’s fluffy!” πŸ˜‚

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  16. Yancosky says:

    Wow! Eeew…. Great post!

    Liked by 1 person

  17. Amazing yet terrifying.

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  18. smzang says:

    These creatures (especially Mr. Bristleworm) look like they belong in Notzilla.

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  19. Kathy says:

    Truly monstrous, especially on a dark night!!

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  20. This is a nice collection of very odd creatures. The genius of ”The Creator” is as imaginative as any being could muster up. Then again, some of these may have evolved to endure their environment. (another mystery of our Universe) WOW!!

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  21. Lisa Beth says:

    What phenomenal details! Wow, what a God and Creator!

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  22. Ann Coleman says:

    Well, now I won’t sleep tonight!!!

    Like

  23. Bill Sweeney says:

    Amazing! Great costume designs for an entomology Halloween party πŸ™‚

    Liked by 2 people

  24. carhicks says:

    Ewww, some of those are really gross looking.

    Liked by 1 person

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  26. That poodle moth is really cute!

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