We've just got back from a few days camping on the south of the Island. The wind didn't let up at all and so most nature photography was impossible. However, a few bugs took refuge from the weather in our tent and shortly after we set up, our daughter, Annie, alerted us to this acrobatic beetle.
(Turn up your volume to hear the click)
When these little beetles are scared or upside down they snap a spine on their prosternum into a corresponding notch on their mesosternum which produces a loud click and launches them into the air. A useful trick, and one that kept us amused for some time.