This is a beetle that mimics bees, but why do that? Well, it’s a bit like a sheep in wolves’ clothing and is known as Batesian mimicry, which simply means something harmless is imitating something dangerous. In this case a harmless beetle is trying to tell a potential predator that it’s a bee with a dangerous sting and so it should be left well alone.
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