Man-Made Structures Created by the World’s Smallest Architects of Nature

I traveled around the world to explore the jungles because I wanted to photograph all things small.

I discovered some of the most intricate almost man-made structures, created by the world’s smallest architects of nature. Feel free to admire!

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Log Cabin – bagworm moth caterpillar collects and saws little sticks to construct elaborate spiral log cabins to live in

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Some log cabins are cylindrical fortress sticking out almost vertically from the leaf or branch surface

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Cage Fortress – The arctiine moth caterpillars remove their long hairs before pupation to construct a protective caged fortress and suspends itself inside

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Web Tower – mysterious silk structure from Peru baffled scientists worldwide

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Jungle Tent – Other types of bagworm moth caterpillars build tiny tents in the jungle using leaf bits

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Some Jungle Tents are just artistically messy

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Poop Barricade – Just surround yourself with poop so that no one would come near

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