It’s an echidna! Weird mammal that lays eggs, so it’s basically an insect.
Heartbeat of a baby zebrafish.
Army ant trails often have workers stationed along the side, ready to bite any attacker. They could easily stand like that for 6+ hours.
Very silly. It’s a hemipteran that was running across a tabletop, but every time it got to the light it did a backflip into the shadow, only to run into the light again.
Here’s a little gall that the acorn ants were living in, before I broke it open to find all of the workers and the queen = ).
Super slow-mo of me scaring off some lubber nymphs from a leaf. Notice how chewed up that top leaf is…
Fire ant male embarks on a mating flight.
Another trapjaw. Watch her attack the tape, get flung backward, then rebound into the frame.
Trapjaw ants attack (and get flung backward from) a piece of metal measuring tape.