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I Saw A Monster!

It was huge! And its victim was mangled

I saw this emperor dragonfly on a walk around a lake in the Cotswolds Water Park, England. It was eating a bee, which was wriggling at the start and was definitely dead by the end. You could actually hear the chomping of the teeth as it crunched the bee’s skeleton, then the victim disappeared down its throat. Poor bee!




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Susie Kearley

Susie Kearley

Freelance writer, author, animal lover. Qualified in nutrition, psychology, marketing, MBA. I cover writing, animals, history, travel, health, wellbeing & more.

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