The tiny, fuzzy world of ladybugs

June 8, 2014, 1 p.m.
ladybugs, macro photography

Ladybug navigates over the fuzzy surface of a plant

It might look like ladybugs and other insects scuttle across plants with amazing ease. But when you look closely at what it is they're navigating, it's a wonder they move at the speeds they do! Can you imagine trying to walk on a surface that is this, well, hairy? Nothing like macro photography to help us find a deeper appreciation for a bug's life.

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Jaymi Heimbuch is a writer and photographer at Mother Nature Network. Follow her on Google+, and Facebook.