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We have seen the future of warfare, and it includes weaponized insects. To be more specific, these are actual insects turned into remote-controlled drones, complete with mini guns, laser-based weapons, and more. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

Dutch artist Job van der Molen took his insect taxidermy skills and mixed in a bit of science fiction imagining by adding lasers to the backs of bees, landing gear and rotors to a dragon fly, and mini-missiles to the back of a beetle. The effect is surprisingly realistic and even more terrifying when you consider that these imaginings could very well become reality if real insect biomechanical research continues on its current path.


This entry was posted on 11/02/2012 1:00pm and is filed under Military , Weapon .
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