A stink bug caught on camera by an amateur wildlife photographer in Singapore has grown the perfect camouflage: It looks like the King.
Winston Jansen says he encountered the bug while on an expedition through the island's forests -- and rather than get all shook up over the encounter, he got out his camera.
"I was just captivated by the bright colors," he added. "Then on closer inspection it just hit me there is actually a face on its back."
Not just any face -- but the face that once made women as wild as a bug: the face of Elvis Presley.
But not everyone thinks this bug is honoring Elvis -- Britain's Daily Mail says it looks more like Bert from "Sesame Street."
And you can kind of see the resemblance there, too.
It also looks a bit like an Easter Island moai, the singer Morrissey and actor/wrestler Dalip Singh, aka wrestling's "The Great Khali."
They breed quickly, bite and damage crops -- but don't be cruel to them. When squished, the stink bug really earns its name, emitting from its abdomen a nasty scent that's been described as everything from skunk to rotten vegetables to smelly feet.
Ready for the bad news? They have no natural enemies -- not even hound dogs -- and are resistant to many pesticides.
And that means these bugs are T-R-O-U-B-L-E.