Insect Costumes For Adults
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We have a great collection of insect costumes for adults and kids. This category is a celebration of all insects and bugs, some of which are creepy, like our spider costumes, and some are super cute, like our ladybird costumes and butterfly costumes. Insect fancy dress offers a huge choice of characters, perfect for men, women, girls and boys. There's so much to choose from. Whether you are looking for a spooky insect outfit, or want to buzz around in our bumble bee costumes, then this is the place for you. Don't forget, you can always pair up bug costumes with other animal costumes if you are going as a group.
Even a person with no phobias whatsoever gets a good case of the creepy-crawlies when he watches bugs and insects crawling over, around, and in some cases inside another human being. So it only makes sense that if you really want to creep people out, bug and insect Halloween costumes will get the job done nicely.
Halloween bug costumes don't always have to be scary. In fact, most people think Lady Bugs are kinda cute, like this Little Lady Bug costume. Letting your child dress up like a Lady Bug or Bumble Bee is a good way to ease them into the creepiness of Halloween without them getting too scared. Like this little tike in his Baby Bumblebee costume. Isn't he just as cute as a... well, bug?
Below are great homemade insect costumes, from the insect theme created by Heather Smith. She sent these costumes to our 2011 Halloween Costume Contest, and we were amazed by originality and availability of her costumes! For those of you who would like to make insect costumes, Heather included detailed instructions and illustration chart for each of her "insects".
If you're looking for a homemade Halloween costume idea that will give everyone you meet a severe case of the creepy-crawlies, just take a lesson from these bug costumes. Add 8 legs, a couple of extra eyes, some papery-wings and a stinger and you'll have a creepy insect costume to freak out everyone at the party!
Custom-made Realistic Bear Costumes: We make a range of suits, from a realistic grizzly bear to a panda or teddy. We have some handmade bear suits in stock, or we can custom-make a bear costume especially for you.See handmade bear costumes in our webshop.
Handmade Zebra, Antelope, Giraffe, adult animal masks: made by Tentacle Studio Photo ,costumes, performers: Unifier Entertainment All these designs of handmade animal masks are ready to ship now, and can be bought directly from our webshop.
Need something custom-made? Ask for a price quote today! Bear costumes, wolf masks, zebra heads, hares and horse costumes! Handmade insect costumes are also very popular; we've made swarms of mosquito masks and praying mantis costumes. We listen carefully to what you want and then we deliver it!
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Home security is essential throughout the plant and animal kingdoms. Honeybees, wasps and hornets are on constant guard against intruders and have the weapons to defend their homes. A plant’s home is the plant itself, and numerous plants produce toxins or thorns that ward off many of their predators. Sensitive mimosa plants have what is equivalent to an alarm system. When a stem is disturbed by a hungry insect, the leaves can rapidly fold up, which may startle the insect into leaving. Some acacia trees of Africa have an association with ants that live on them and protect the trees from plant-eating insects. The ants attack an invading beetle or aphid that plans to make a meal of acacia leaves. The ants, meanwhile, get their nutrients from the acacia tree, much like a homeowner might feed his Doberman. Either is a good security system.
And what about advertising itself? Do plants and animals advertise? Absolutely. The phenomenon is all around us. As spring arrives, we will see myriad examples in flowers with their colorful displays designed to attract pollinating insects. Lots of fish and lizards are also more brightly colored during mating season. Males of many of the usually drab darters, small fish that have their greatest biodiversity in Alabama, are noted for their spectacular color displays during the breeding season. As with humans, sound is a common advertising tool. Frogs and birds give mating calls in an effort to attract mates. Fireflies, both males and females, use lights to advertise their availability to procreate.
As with our own commercials, false advertising must constantly be guarded against. The deep-sea angler fish produces a light that dangles in front of its mouth and means sure death for a would-be predator trying to grab a morsel in the dark. Pitcher plants use sweet-smelling aromas to lure unsuspecting insects into the trumpet-shaped tube filled with liquid. Bola spiders have their own scam, producing chemicals that mimic the perfume-like pheromones that female moths use to attract mates.
What if your clothes gave you some vital feedback? And, what ifyour shirt told you that it was time for more deodorant, your socks alertedyou that mosquitoes were biting your ankles and automatically applied insectrepellent, or your underwear told you your glucose levels were falling fastand did something about it.
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