1: Pacific SalmonView pictures in App save up to 80% data.Female pacific Salmon moves up the river when they want to lay eggs. Immediately they reproduce, they die while the male pacific salmon remains behind to look after the eggs.
2: Deep Sea OctopusView pictures in App save up to 80% data.
Male octopus die immediately after mating the female octopus. The female octopus is left behind to keep an eye of the eggs.
3: Drone BeesView pictures in App save up to 80% data.The drone bees mostly sit around waiting for the mating season. When the mating season comes, they mate the queen bee and immediately they die.
4: Twisted-Wing ParasiteView pictures in App save up to 80% data.The female twisted wing parasite hide themselves inside other insects like the wasps and bees. They leave part of their body (the butt) outside. A male twisted wing parasite comes and mates her and after a few hours he dies. The female hatches her babies who eat her from the inside and then she also dies.
5: Labord’s ChameleonView pictures in App save up to 80% data.They are only found in the Madagascar Island. The female labord’s chameleons, after mating, hatch eggs and immediately die.