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The Giraffe Weevil – BBC Madagascar

Madagascar’s Giraffe Weevil is not only a fascinating-looking, bright-red-winged rainforest beetle that uses its extended neck to battle for a mate, but it also has the strength to bend and roll up a large leaf to protect its egg. Bonus! This is what they look like when they begin to fly: 

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Watch this BBC clip from episode 1 of Sir David Attenborough’s Madagascar. More videos: watch more insect and beetle videos.

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