Dr. Adrian Smith, head of the Evolutionary Biology and Conduct Analysis Lab on the North Carolina Museum of Pure Sciences and North Carolina State College, is again once more with one other unimaginable slow-motion video showcasing the motion of bugs at extremely sluggish speeds.

Dr. Smith has already proven off springtails leaping at 73,000 frames per second (fps), however this time his material is moths. For his newest video, Dr. Smith captured seven completely different species of moth chickening out at 6,000 fps, making it the one video of its type, in keeping with Dr. Smith.

The footage was captured on a Phantom VEO 1310 by means of a Laowa 60mm f/2.8 2X Extremely-Macro Lens. Excessive-speed LED lighting from Visible Instrumentation Company was used to mild the scene.

Alongside the mesmerizing slow-motion footage of the moths, Dr. Smith narrates info about every species and particulars some the distinctive options that distinguishes them from the greater than 160,000 species of the mostly-nocturnal bugs. Under are the seven species of moth proven within the video, so as of their look:

Dr. Smith says all seven of the moths proven within the video had been captured in Cornish, New Hampshire, United States between July 12 – 16 and launched upon completion of filming.

To see extra unimaginable high-speed movies from Dr. Smith and his group, go to the Ant LabYouTube channel. You may as well comply with Dr. Adrian Smith on Twitter and Instagram.