Of course, we know that insects are not inanimate. A fly senses when you try to swat it.
In a monograph in 2007, I suggested that these larvae may not be genuine dragonflies of the suborder Anisoptera.
A millimeter-sized beetle flies efficiently with feathery wings and a beat mode not seen before. Did it evolve by natural selection?
Almost everything in the wonderful construction of dragonflies cries out for a design explanation.
Computer programmers have adapted some ant problem-solving methods to software programs (but without the need for complex chemical scents).