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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Wins With Munching Ants

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Photographer Bence Máté from Hungry spent hours following leaf cutter ants through the dark of the Costa Rican rainforest, all the while suffering from chiggers (skin-digesting mite larvae) taking every opportunity to feed off of him. The result was this photograph and the honor of winning the “2010 Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year” award.

Of his winning shot, he says, “I love the contrast between the simplicity of the shot itself and the complexity of the behaviour.”

Natural History Museum via Treehugger

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