Credit: CLAUS JENSEN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Insect larva moving inside its gall. Galls are abnormal growths of plant tissue caused by chemicals released by an insect. The gall surrounds and protects the developing larva within, and the tissues provide food for it. Filmed in Denmark.

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Insect larva in its gall

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Duration: 00:00:29.01

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