We know that the dragonflies can do some amazing things in their survival, like flying away or predicting prey movements to kill them as quickly as possible. Recently, a zoologist went on to discover a special female behavior in the dragonfly Aeshna.
A study just published on April 24 found that female dragonflies tend to fake a crash scenario to prevent males from flirting with.
Rassim Khelifa, a zoologist at the University of Zurich has traveled to the Swiss Alps to conduct experiments to see how the ambient temperature affects the larvae. While conducting her experiments, Khelifa witnessed a dragonfly being chased by another on a pond. The chased child suddenly crashed to the ground and lay motionless. The other was suspended for a while before flying away.