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Did you Know?
The longest insect in the world is the Stick-Insect Pharnacia kirbyi, the females of which can be over 36cm long!
What is the smallest insect on the earth?
Megaphragma caribea from Guadeloupe, measuring a huge 0.17 mm long, is now probably the smallest known insect in the world.
In some Mantodea species, there is a single exit tube along the bottom of the ootheca, from which the young Mantids emerge individually.
Caterpillars eat a lot!! They can be 100 times larger than when it’s emerged from the egg!
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