Y'all ain't gonna believe this shit.
A fruit fly has evolved with the image of an ant on each wing.
This creature, the G tridens, was discovered in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. Those are not actual ants in the wings, it's a pattern that develops naturally, discovered by Dr. Brigitte Howarth, the fly specialist at Zayed University, on a conservation there. Others have simple designs, but this one? It is a precisely detailed image on an ant. Six legs, two antennae, a head, a thorax, and an abdomen. "The image on the wing is absolutely perfect," says Dr Howarth, although I would describe it as "freaky as shit."
What's the purpose? The best guess is the fruit fly waves its wings and the images create the illusion of a bigger insect.
And now, your daily dose of nightmare fuel.