I always treated this story with quite a bit of skepticism. But I do have an open mind. So if anything comes along to support Grebennikov's claims, then that would tend to sway me in favor of this story. Consider me swayed.
Skip forward to 17:30 and witness this for yourself.
he said he waited until the bugs died naturally.
they don't last long.
he would've needed a microscopic 3d printing machine to replicate the material.
I doubt he did that with his wood artist case, clutch cable controlled and wingnut assembled flying platform at least not at first.
why does nobody know what the insect is other than me? jeeze.