Sunday Night Movie: the Body Invaders

From National Geographic's In the Womb:

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That is some impressive camera work! That said, I think I'm going to be sick.

By MrILoveTheAnts (not verified) on 17 May 2009 #permalink

Holy balls, hymenopterans are repulsive. Good thing beetles are perfect and beautiful and never, ever gross.

By Ainsley S (not verified) on 17 May 2009 #permalink

Too bad the video didn't talk any about the obligate PolyDNA viruses that facilitate this whole process. That's the coolest thing about most parasitic Hymenoptera.

pretty glad i study these suckas on occasion :)

By ihateaphids (not verified) on 18 May 2009 #permalink

But I don't understand why this happens.

Yikes. I think they should consider changing the name of this channel to "Nightmare Geographic."

Still, fascinating, and great photography.