You don't have to travel to far off exotic places to see strange insects, if you care to look you can find them in your local area. These two strange weevils of the family Curculionoidea were found in England.
Platyrhinus resinosus Scopoli, 1763 is a rather scarce insect of woodland and similar places, the larvae feeding in the fungi Daldinia concentrica, often known in England as King Alfred's cake or cramp balls. The one photographed below was found in a Fen that is surrounded by old woodland.
Platyrhinus resinosus 3/6/2018.
Apoderus coryli Linnaeus, 1758 is another strange looking weevil that is quite widespread in England (except the far north) and Wales, the larvae feeding on the leaves of hazel Corylus avellana. The one shown below was photographed on hazel at the bottom of a limestone hill.