Habitat: Australia, Malaysia
Status: No Conservation Concerns
This little narwhal-esque creature is a juvenile (or nymph as they are called) Wattle Hopper (Olonia sp.). It’s spiral forked tails are used to distract predators from its more important delicious body. This weird animal is only about 1 cm in length. Teeny tiny!
Maybe it uses those tails like swords? I can see them being lethal weapons in a fencing match. Do bugs do that? They should and it should be an Olympic bug sport. How freaking awesome would that be?