The falconfly is a giant wasp that inhabits the rainforests of Antarctica. With a 70–80 cm wingspan, it is about the same size as a modern kestrel. Its massive size is the result of enrichment of oxygen in the atmosphere, which had also allowed for the evolution of giant insects during the Carboniferous period. The falconfly hunts flutterbirds, using skewer-like front legs to skewer its prey and cleaver-like jaws for butchering it. It creates millions of nests underground, feeding its giant larvae juicy bits of flutterbird. However, the falconfly avoids the spitfire bird, which is known to spray acid at it. It is a descendant of the Sand Wasp.
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