Samsa "the tongue-eater"

“When Gregorio Samsa woke up one morning after a restless dream, he found himself on his bed turned into a monstrous insect. He was lying on his hard, shell-shaped back, and, raising his head a little, he saw a bulging, brownish belly, divided by hard arc-shaped parts, over whose bulge the blanket could barely keep itself, about to collapse. slip to the ground."

Metamorphosis - Franz Kafka

I present to you Samsa "the tongue-eater" a bug inspired by the Kaiju Skinmite from the movie Pacific Rim by Guillermo del Toro, in the book Metamorphosis by Frank Kafka and the small crustacean Cymothoa exigua

measures 45 cm from the tail to the tip of the antennae, made of fiberglass, resin, aluminum, among other materials and a small mechanism that allows the movement of its legs

video: https://youtu.be/hppQry3BKjA 


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