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  • November 12, the day that this Instagram account came to be, and this is its fifth year.

Yup, the 5 year anniversary of @that_bee_guy (including of the changed usernames of this account). Can't believe have spent 5 years doing this, and the opportunity to see so many beautiful creatures, I'm truly grateful. Instagram has helped me a lot on my journey, as I have met a lot of friends that share the same interests as I do, I have learnt many new things about biodiversity and conservation, and I get to share the world through my view as an animal lover and photographer. I would like to thank everyone that has supported me from day 1, taking the time to look at my posts (if you have😉), liking and sharing my pictures. I wouldn't be here without all of you, so once again, from the bottom of my heart, thank you so so much. 
Here's a sleeping eucharitid wasp (Schizaspidia sp.) I found during my last night trip. First time observing a parasitic wasp sleeping, and arguably the best time to photograph these nifty little insects. And for this particular day, you can have a look at my first ever Instagram post of a huntsman spider I saw at the mall, as well as my crappy photography back when I was 12.

Once again, thank you all so much for supporting me, helping me grow as a wildlife lover, photographer and a person. Here's to five years more of amazing encounters. November 12, the day that this Instagram account came to be, and this is its fifth year. Yup, the 5 year anniversary of @that_bee_guy (including of the changed usernames of this account). Can't believe have spent 5 years doing this, and the opportunity to see so many beautiful creatures, I'm truly grateful. Instagram has helped me a lot on my journey, as I have met a lot of friends that share the same interests as I do, I have learnt many new things about biodiversity and conservation, and I get to share the world through my view as an animal lover and photographer. I would like to thank everyone that has supported me from day 1, taking the time to look at my posts (if you have😉), liking and sharing my pictures. I wouldn't be here without all of you, so once again, from the bottom of my heart, thank you so so much. Here's a sleeping eucharitid wasp (Schizaspidia sp.) I found during my last night trip. First time observing a parasitic wasp sleeping, and arguably the best time to photograph these nifty little insects. And for this particular day, you can have a look at my first ever Instagram post of a huntsman spider I saw at the mall, as well as my crappy photography back when I was 12. Once again, thank you all so much for supporting me, helping me grow as a wildlife lover, photographer and a person. Here's to five years more of amazing encounters.
  • November 12, the day that this Instagram account came to be, and this is its fifth year. Yup, the 5 year anniversary of @that_bee_guy (including of the changed usernames of this account). Can't believe have spent 5 years doing this, and the opportunity to see so many beautiful creatures, I'm truly grateful. Instagram has helped me a lot on my journey, as I have met a lot of friends that share the same interests as I do, I have learnt many new things about biodiversity and conservation, and I get to share the world through my view as an animal lover and photographer. I would like to thank everyone that has supported me from day 1, taking the time to look at my posts (if you have😉), liking and sharing my pictures. I wouldn't be here without all of you, so once again, from the bottom of my heart, thank you so so much. Here's a sleeping eucharitid wasp (Schizaspidia sp.) I found during my last night trip. First time observing a parasitic wasp sleeping, and arguably the best time to photograph these nifty little insects. And for this particular day, you can have a look at my first ever Instagram post of a huntsman spider I saw at the mall, as well as my crappy photography back when I was 12. Once again, thank you all so much for supporting me, helping me grow as a wildlife lover, photographer and a person. Here's to five years more of amazing encounters.
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