Emerald cockroach wasp

Emerald cockroach wasp

The Emerald cockroach wasp injects venom into a specific part of a cockroach's brain to stop its escape/survival instinct response, lays an egg in its abdomen, then its larva eats the organs in a specific way to keep the roach alive before it cocoons and leaves its body.

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