Stink bugs are every bit as unpleasant as they sound. The insects are really parasites and wreak havoc on crops. Still, when they hatch from their tiny eggs, even we have to admit they're kind of cute. It's fascinating to watch the babies change color as their shells harden during the time-lapse footage. What's even weirder about this story is it makes us root for wasps because "Samurai Wasps" are the natural predators of stink bugs, and they save crops.