Here is a photo of a Praying Mantis I ran across from some years back.
The Praying Mantis is a common species found in the U.S. and Canada in North America, they are native to Europe. There are over 2,300 species worldwide and 20 in North America. They are voracious hunters that camouflage themselves to get their prey. They attack and eat other various large and small insects including beetles,… Read More MANTIS
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A Praying Mantis is of the family of insects called Mantidae, native to Europe, found in the U.S. around 1899. There are over 2,300 species of mantis worldwide. They have distinguished long, thin, and prominent forelegs, which look like they are folded in a “praying” position. The praying mantis colors are browns and greens, which camouflage them within… Read More PRAYING MANTIS