Kung Fu Mantis Vs Jumping Spider

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Nature is just amazing. It hides mysteries that we will probably never understand. Most natural outcomes in flora and fauna are absolutely brilliant.
In this documentary, we see things that happen in nature but we cannot easily see with our own eyes. When attacked, an orchid Mantis is capable of its own self-defence in the form of Kung Fu.
No, this is not the mantis from Kung Fu Panda movie. But it is fun to see how the real world mantis actually has some marshal art moves.

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