The Cross-Eyed Planthopper
This little bugger, almost certainly voiced by Tom Arnold, is the cross-eyed planthopper, which lives in the Southwest U.S. and Mexico.
Coincidentally, areas where Tom Arnold is banned by international law.
The planthopper is kind of a low-profile critter, in the sense that not much is known about it beside its goofy appearance. It's not carrying any antibodies that can protect us from deadly diseases. It doesn't have any biologically significant mechanisms that can revolutionize our way of life. There isn't really anything that can be said about it at all besides, "Horr dordle orr horr urrrr!"
Panda ants, which live in North America and have been found as far south as Chile, are so named for the man who discovered them, Joaquin Panda, a South American entomologist who first identified the ants while on an expedition to -- nah, that's all bullshit. They look like pandas, obviously!
But with all the cute parts taken out and replaced with mandible-snapping nightmare fuel.
The panda ant is actually a species of wingless wasp, and like all wasps, they are unholy devil-spawn that must be wiped from existence no matter the cost. They're closely related to the red velvet ant, which is also known by the nickname "cow killer," because their sting is allegedly powerful enough to make a cow pass out. So, remember: Never trust cuddly looking things, never trust nature, and actually -- just to be on the safe side -- never trust anything ever again.
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