Oh cool so all bugs are spy bugs now, got it.
The Terrifying Future Nears: Attaching Tiny Pannable Cameras To The Back Of Beetles

This is a video from researchers at the University Of Washington who have developed a tiny, pannable camera system capable of streaming live video that’s so small it can fit on the back of a beetle (or any other small insect). The entire system weighs only 248 milligrams in total. For reference, a dime weighs 2,268 milligrams, and my penis 6,000 megagrams and could crush a house flat. Obviously, just like how the government has already replaced all birds with robotic spy drones, the same thing will soon be done to insects, and the next time you see a spider in the bathroom there will be an FBI agent watching its live feed to see if you wash your hands after peeing.

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  1. Rob C.

    Wow. Scifi thing come to life! I seen this in a silly movie! I think it was Antman.

  2. Gingerbread

    ladies, watch for the bugs on the floor when you’re in the bathroom stall