3 weeks ago
The first post is of a newly hatched indian stick Insect the last posts are of an adult stick Insect.
Fun fact ~There are over 2,500 species of stick insect in the World
~They are herbivores they like to eat Privet, Ivy, Hawthorn, Bramble, Rose, Oak, Hazel, ~ When they hatch out Indian stick insects are tiny – around 10mm but grow to around 10 cm in six months.
~Only one in one thousand Indian stick insects are male. This species is parthenogenetic, which means the females are able to lay fertile eggs on their own.
~ they look like a stick to help them with camouflage to stop then being eaten by other Animals.
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