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Meet the panda ant (Euspinolia militaris)! Neither a panda or an ant, this insect is actually a parasitic wasp that’s part of the family Mutillidae—a group often referred to as velvet ants. It lives in parts of Chile, preferring warmer temperatures and sandy soil for burrowing. Its striking black-and-white coloring is more than stylish: it’s a signal to foes that it can deliver a mighty sting if approached! Photo: Chris Lukhaup, CC-BY-SA-4.0, Wikimedia Commons
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Welcome to Trilobite Tuesday! Isotelus latus is one of the giants of the group. Found in the Ordovician-age outcrops throughout Eastern Canada, this super-sized species could grow up to 12 inches (30.5 centimeters) long. For comparison, the majority of the some 25,000 scientifically recognized species only grew around 3 inches (7.6 centimeters) or less in length.