This Plague Soldier beetle looked like it was performing gymnastics. Maybe it had an itch - I have no idea why it was twisting its body and legs in all directions, but it was doing it for long enough for me to take at least a dozen photos before it flew away. It is on a Stenanthemom scortechini bush.
A terrestrial flatworm (Caenoplana hoggii)digesting a Soldier Beetle (Chauliognathus lugbris). The flatworm coils around its prey and everts a tube-like mouth/pharynx from the middle underside of body. This injects digestive enzymes into the insect.