Dead Assassin

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  1. NateS

    NateS TPF Noob!

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    Found this interesting...he was laying belly up and there was no predator in sight. I see a small bit of spider web attached but doesn't look like enough to stop him and no spider was in sight....unusual for me to see a dead bug (especially assassin) with no predator or apparent reason.
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    Hehe, he looks dead.
    I like the shot. :)
     
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    Shines a light into your eyes ...

    ... and where were you on the night of July 4?
     
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    Bugs dont "just die" Nate.

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    Jim, this bug's dead!
     

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