We received a very special visit last week...Two brothers brought to the school two stick bugs, to show children how cool these insects are!
Maya, our English assistant, visited all the classrooms of the school to show these funny stick bugs!
Thank you MAYA!
Here you have some pics:
The stick bug is a type of insect that actually looks like a stick. It uses camouflage to look like the sticks or branches of the trees where it lives. There is also a leaf type bug that looks like leaves. Together they make up the order of insects called Phasmatodea. There are around 3,000 species of insects in this order.
And some Fun Facts about Stick bugs !
- Females are generally larger than males.
- Females can reproduce without the presence of males.
- Baby stick bugs are called nymphs.
- They are a favourite meal of many animals including birds, primates, bats, and lizards.
- They are sometimes called walkingsticks.
- Many stick bugs eat their old skin after they molt.
- They have a lifespan of 1 to 2 years.
MORE INFO AT : Animals for Kids: Stick bug