Alright, I'll admit, there's talent.
However, all but the first two videos made me laugh uncontrollably,
especially "A Kind of Hush." That one is just delightfully creepy...
Just thought I'd share.
They may look peaceful in this gauzy digital simulation, but parasitic wasp embryos inspired the infamous "birth" scene in the 1979 horror flick Alien. Injected into a caterpillar by their mother, the once egg-encased wasp embryos develop for about 14 days. Then things get ugly.
In a biological attack unique in the animal world, the unassuming embryos use a virus in their DNA to paralyze their host. They bite their way out of the caterpillar and begin spinning cocoons.
As a final insult to the injured host, the caterpillar--apparently brain-addled by the virus--builds a silky blanket over its attackers and defends them against predators until the wasps emerge, fully formed, and take to the skies.