the Stick Insect
Stick Insects look almost similar to the twigs and this makes them look very different from other insects. This look of it makes them to stay safe from its predators. They are mainly found in the rainforests, forests and jungles almost everywhere in the world. There are almost 3000 species of Stick Insects in the world. Their size can grow up to 30 cm in length. Their life can go up to 2 years. They are herbivorous animals and they like to eat leaves and other plant matters.
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Stick Insect internet resources
Pictures of Stick Insects
A good selection of stick insect pictures..
Stick Insect Caresheet
There are nearly 3,000 species of stick insect (Phasmatodea) in the world. They all feed on vegetation and are one of the most popular forms of insect pets.
Care Sheet for stick insects
Small-Life Supplies supply stick insects (millipedes, giant snails, mantids, insect cages and books
Han's Homepage - Chapter Strange Animals, Section Stick Insects
This section is about my stick insects
Walking stick facts. I am usually found on bushes or in small trees. I look like a twig and part of the plant I am on so I can hide from birds
Care of Stick Insects as pets
Stick Insect Facts
The stick insect (as its name suggests) is an insect that looks like a twig on a branch, bush or tree. This unique identity means that stick insects can be extremely difficult for predators to spot