The mechanism by which some beetles have evolved to look like faces is called “aposematism” or “masquerade.” As a form of camouflage or defence mechanism.
Buprestidae Chromatic is a cybernetic evolvement of the jewel beetle. Which is ranked in the top 10 of most endangered beetles.
The beetle’s exoskeleton had been modified to incorporate advanced camouflage technology. It could change color and pattern in response to its surroundings, allowing it to blend in seamlessly with its environment and avoid detection by predators or humans.
When threatened, the beetle could activate a special mechanism that caused its exoskeleton to transform into a face-like pattern that resembled that of a dangerous predator. This not only scared off potential predators but also attracted the attention of other animals that could help protect the beetle.