The spider catches the bee and the bee stings the spider. Both are dead, with the bee’s stinger still in the spider. This is a great example showing why honey bees die after stinging something only once. Their stinger/venom sac are attached to other organs inside the bee, so when the stinger’s barbs lodge into something, everything gets pulled out, potentially including gut, etc and leaving a gaping hole in the bees abdomen. (From Here)
Most people consider mushrooms to be the small, ugly cousins of the plant kingdom, but theirs is surprisingly beautiful and wonderful world waiting to be explored. These beautiful mushrooms, captured by enthusiastic nature photographers, are a far cry from the ones you find in the woods or your local grocery store.
Most mushrooms, as we know them, are actually just the reproductive structure of the fungus they belong to – their fungal networks expand far further underground, and some fungi don’t even sprout the sort of mushrooms that we’re used to seeing. In fact, depending on your definition of “organism,” the largest living organism in the world is a fungus – there’s a honey mushroom colony in Oregon that occupies about 2,000 acres of land! ( Bored Panda )
So was everybody just ridiculous looking and allergic to pants in the old LOTR and Hobbit movies or what?
At least you can tell they realized how badly they f*&ked up drawing the Wood Elves in The Hobbit because Legolas actually looks like an Elf here.
When you do rotoscoping, they tell the actors to exaggerate their movements & expressions, on the basis of the idea that naturalistic movements look dull when animated. These guys might have exaggerated too much.