Creepy moment a praying mantis chewing a live stinkbug, turns its head to stare at two women watching it
- Video, filmed in the US, captures praying mantis eating a living insect outside of the dental office
- Two women watch the scenes before the predator notices that it has an audience
- It suddenly turns his head to stare back at the two women, who are gasping for breath
This is the moment when a praying mantis turns its head eerily to stare back at two women watching them eat a living insect on the outside of a window.
The footage, filmed in the US, catches a dentist and her colleague as they watch the scene unfold from an office during their lunch break.
Outside of a window there is a praying mantis on the glass with a stinkbug in his arms, who is chewing the living insect slowly.
The footage, filmed in the US, catches a dentist and her colleague watching a praying mantis eating a live stinkbug during the lunch break
It continues to consume its catch as the short clip continues, and the two women talk excitedly about the scene they are witnessing. One of the couple even compares it with the movie Predator.
But a moment later the insect notices that it has an audience and suddenly turns its head to stare at the two colleagues.
While it is moving, the dentists are panting, with one crying out: & # 39; I can't believe he was just looking at you & # 39; while the other is crying & quot; & # 39;
The father of the camerawoman said on social media: & # 39; My daughter works at a dental office.
But a moment later the insect notices that it has an audience and suddenly turns its head to stare at the two colleagues (right)
& # 39; She and her colleague took their lunch break and found that this praying mantis ate a stinkbug while he was alive.
& # 39; The girls loved this. She's after her father! Oh, and the end is the best part! & # 39;
The praying mantis, named after its prominent front legs, is a carnivore that largely seeks moths, crickets, grasshoppers and flies.
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