Juracimbrophlebia ginkgofolia
His wings mimed the leaves of Gingko to camouflage, it is one of the oldest examples of biomimicry. So much so that the first fossils of this animal were attributed to gingko leaves, before being properly described in 2012. This insect measures 8 cm of Wingspan and feeds on other insects.

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