September 20, 2017

A post on National Geographic’s website recently highlighted five amazing insects with adaptations that give them the survival advantage.

  1. Honey Ants literally store food in their bellies which can be regurgitated to feed other ants in the colony.
  2. Stalk eyed flies use their antennae to attract females and fight. The longer the antennae the better.
  3. Poop moths and caterpillars are camouflaged to look like flies eating poop to predators like birds coming from the air. Birds see them as flies and not as a food source.
  4. Giraffe weevils use their long necks to battle each other for females.

Read more about these fascinating features at http://www.nationalgeographic.com.au/animals/these-adaptations-give-insects-a-survival-advantage.aspx

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