Praying Mantis
Praying Mantis
Praying Mantis can turn their triangular heads up to 180 degrees in search for an insect. They look like they are praying because they are resting their spiky forelegs. While they are mating, the female praying mantis eats the males head. It could be that protein from male body helps the eggs develop, but no one knows for sure. When little mantis hatch they look like their parents just smaller.
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