A green damselfly decides to rest on a rather dangerous perch – a young crocodile’s open jaw. The female crocodile was sunning itself when a brave insect decided to land on the reptile’s head before moving down to its snout.
A lazy damselfly uses a swimming grass snake as a perch as the reptile swims across a pond at Lackford Lakes Nature Reserve near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
Like a cowboy riding a bull, a daring frog enjoyed his own rodeo on a beetle – and stayed atop the insect for five minutes even as it tried to fly away. The adventurous flying frog leapt atop the black beetle and even put its front leg in the air in a bid to keep its balance.