INSECTS GALLORE!!!! Verónica Tomillo Yolanda Miranda Claire Ujma
ASSASSIN BUG The assassin bug lives in gardens and meadows. It jumps on other insects, paralizes them and then eats them
BUMBLE BEE Bumble bees make honey. They never attack unlike the honey bee so if you see a couple of bumble bees just stand still and they’ll fly away once they smell that you’re not a flower!!
BLACK WIDOW SPIDER OOOOOHHHH!!!! Beware!!!!! Very dangerous spider!! Lives on rocks or plants but only in warm regions. DON’T TOUCH!!!
BLUE BOTTLE FLY Flies are annoying insects!!! The blue bottle fly is bigger than the normal fly. It has a red head and clear wings .
DADDY LONG LEGS Did you know that a daddy long leg’s legs have seven sections and that they can break off sections to distract enemies.
DESERT TARANTULA Tarantulas have been around for millions of years and there are more than 700 types of them!!! They live in rainforests and jungles of South America and they don’t spin webs… they live underground in burrows.
A dragon fly is a very strong and good flyer. It can fly up to 50 kilometres per hour!!! There are over 5,000 different types of dragonflies and they can live for up to 2 months DRAGON FLY
Scorpions generally live in the desert. There are more than 2,000 scorpion species but only 30 or 40 have strong enough poison to kill a person… So BEWARE!! DON’T TOUCH!!!! SCORPIONS
ANT Ants are social insects and most live in colonies which can be extremely large consisting of millions of members…there are about 20,00 different species of ants and they can be found almost anywhere.
GRASSHOPPERS Grasshoppers can sing and they can also leap up to 20 times their own body length!!
Centipedes are the oldest living animals on the planet, fossils have been found dating back to more than 400 million years ago! But BEWARE they BITE!! CENTIPEDES
BUTTERFLY Did you know that butteflies can fly up to 20 kilometres per hour! And that they can taste with their feet!!!
Mosquitoes are busiest at night and can fly up to 20 kilometres for a blood meal. They hunt for food by detecting body heat and carbon dioxide, the gas we breathe. MOSQUITO
BEETLES Female beetles hundreds of eggs. Most of them only live for a year. They cannot see very well, so they communicate using sounds or vibrations.
LADYBIRD The female ladybug is usually larger than the male and can lay more than 1000 eggs in her lifetime. The life cycle of the average ladybug is between four to six weeks but some species can live for up to 2-3 years.