Face of a Pitbull by Liza Rock
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Face of a Pitbull

June 13, 2020

A face you can't ignore, this girl is a force to be reckoned with. She is a nocturnal carnivorous katydid called the pitbull katydid (Lirometopum coronatum) native to Costa Rica. This is one katydid you don't want to mess with as they are ferocious hunters who will devour any insect they can, and may even go for your finger with a hard bite or two. They do seem to learn to recognize faces and will calm down once they know who you are...

SONY ILCE-7RM2
65mm · f/9 · 1/160s · ISO 100
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4 Comments

Andres Moline's picture

excellent capture!

Bruce Grant's picture

Wow!!! Outstanding capture! And thank you for the story!

Liza Rock's picture

Thanks a lot! Glad you enjoyed the read too :)