Gorgeous insects ...

They look like monsters from other planets, but these strange insects actually exist on Earth. Photographer Rundstedt Rovillos has captured images of these strange creatures in Manila, Philippines.

The enlarged images show the original shape of some insects that cannot be detected with the naked eye.

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This insect looks like an alien with eyes like that
a pair of sunglasses.

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These strange creatures are actually found on Earth, not in
another alien planet.

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The face and cherry-like red eyes of a strange bee were discovered
Manila, Philippines.

Rovillos's collection of photographers includes caterpillars, bees and beetles that look like alien creatures. They were discovered in a garden in England.

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The mantis looked like it was praying

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The measuring worm is curving itself - a characteristic movement of this species when moving.

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Eucharitid Ong has a hood like a Roman commander.

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A worm .

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. and ants are rolling rain drops on the leaves.

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Close up of furry face and a caterpillar's trendy leopard coat.

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Machaerotid Spittle Moth.

Another worm looked like a bird with a relatively long hose, but a closer look saw that it was a tail, not a bird's beak. Photographer Rovillos learned how to catch insects in his childhood, but he just started taking pictures of them five years ago.

The 44-year-old photographer from Quezon City, Philippines, spends most of his free time enjoying his insect photography interests.

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Red silhouette face of a tropical caterpillar.

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The ladybug is bright yellow.

He added: ' There must be a watchful eye, skills and perseverance to determine the location of insects. When I found an insect, I took them in place. I do not remove them from natural habitats. Some insects will maintain that position enough for me to take time to take photos, but others won't. You must be careful when handling so as not to scare them. I let them go after taking pictures. I want to take beautiful pictures so everyone can admire ' .

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