The experts at London’s Natural History Museum pride themselves on being able to identify species from around the globe, from birds and mammals to insects and snakes. Yet they can’t figure out a tiny red-and-black bug that has appeared in the museum’s own gardens.
This little bugger is just the size of a grain of rice.
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