It’s not a mystery that people will post some weird stuff online – especially when it comes to social media. They’ll post anything from what they ate that day, where they’re at, who they just saw – even super weird looking insects they’ve seen.
Instagram is a great platform to see people who have done that too, as it’s a picture-based social media platform. As a result, we decided to scour instagram and find the weirdest pictures of bugs people have posted.
But First – What Is Instagram?
Do you not know what Instagram is? That’s not a problem – not everyone does. Below, we’ve laid it all out for you to explain exactly what the this social media platform has to offer.
Instagram is a social networking app made for sharing images and videos from a smart device.
When you publish an image or video on Instagram, it will be displayed on your profile. Other users who follow you will see your posts in their own feed. Likewise, you’ll see posts from other users whom you decide to follow.
Pretty direct, right? It resembles a streamlined version of Facebook, with an emphasis on mobile usage and visual sharing. Much like other social networks, you can communicate with other users on Instagram by following them, being followed by them, commenting, taste, tagging and personal messaging. You can even save the pictures you see on Instagram.
So, What Bugs Did We Find?
That’s a good question. Let us say right now, we found some pretty freaky stuff. Enough talk…let us show you what we found!
Ew. That thing looks creepy! We also decided to take a quick look at this persons profile. It looks like they grew their account with the Instagram followers generator offered by the GFIF Team. We highly recommend you check out their service.
Now, with that being said, let’s check out some more creepy bugs people have found around the world!
Weird looking! These are baby box elder bugs. They’re not very common, either!
Wow – we’d like to know what was going on here! Those look terrifying!
What do you think of these pictures? Do you have more weird insect pictures you’d like to share with us? You can leave a comment down below to contribute to the post and share some more pictures with us or simply share your thoughts. We’d love to hear from you!