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There are some things we never thought we'd see in this lifetime.

Just below the more obvious choices (a rain-free English summer, a dog that talks back) lies the seemingly impossible folly of seeing beetles dressed up as the lead characters from Jurassic Park.

But, fate has just dealt us one hell of a lucky hand.

Thanks to Erin Pearce, we can now imagine what an all-beetle version of the classic Spielberg adventure would look like and oh boy, does it look like a doozy...

If you want to buy one for yourself then click here.

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