“This is one of the most beautiful things I have ever seen.” These are the words of a man who had the good fortune to find a beautiful bug. In Costa Rica, a man named Michael Farmer owns a beautiful piece of land. Costa Rica is a lovely country with many different plants and animals. You can see bugs there that you can’t find anywhere else.
Michael Farmer was just going about his day when he saw something strange on a guava tree leaf. At first glance, it looked like a piece of metal, but when he got closer, he was completely shocked!
The colors broke up like polished chrome when the sun’s rays hit them, and then the “piece of metal” started to move!
Mr. Farmer was lucky to meet a beetle called “Chrysina limbata.” It is a unique species of insect that can be identified by its metallic color and glittery surface.
This man is very fortunate. People who like bugs would be jealous of this meeting.
She used what she knew to stay alive when she got the bug. It’s not about smelling or biting, But about acting like it is dead.
She stopped moving forward and just turned around. This gave Mr. Farmer a chance to get a better look at her and take some stunning pictures that would amaze everyone.
“I couldn’t believe how pretty she was,” said Farmer.
“I’ve never seen anything like it.”
Many people on the internet didn’t believe these photos because it was hard to think that nature could make something so strange.
“Like a mirror,” he said. “The bug has a perfect reflection,” he said. “This is one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen.”
This type of beetle is very rare, and its numbers have dropped sharply in the last few decades because of collectors and the fact that people’s carelessness and desire for money have made their natural habitat dangerous.
Farmer said, “I don’t think it’s right to sell these animals.” “I put it back on the tree, and it flew away almost immediately.
“I don’t like bugs very much,” he said. “It still amazes me. I’m dying to see another one.”
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