Honestly, I'm not sure what to say except that YouTuber Precarious333's video of a Giant Texas Katydid (Neobarrettia spinosa) chirping, breathing, and grooming is way more captivating than I expected it to be. Full screen it, and crank it to the highest resolution your Internet connection can muster. You won't regret it.
Pretty incredible, right? I couldn't look away. The video feels very intimate. Have you ever looked so closely at an insect? I don't mean macrophotography. I'm talking about extremely close-up footage of a bug in motion. I don't come across videos like this too often, but whenever I do, I'm reminded of how stunningly, eerily, freakily different insects are from us. (All relatively speaking, of course. I'm sure sentient insects would find us pretty freaky, too.)