Bob Clampett's Beany - Cecil Captured for the Zoo by Barbara Hammer

By Barbara Hammer

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The postman butterfly caterpillar has sharp spikes all over its soft body, which protect it from predators. It feeds on poisonous passion flower leaves that are absorbed into its body and make it poisonous, too. Sand devils The desert is a tough place to live. Not many plants grow there and there is little water around. Bugs need to be pretty sharp if they are going to survive one of the hottest places on earth. Honeypot pantry The honeypot ant workers feed other honeypot ants with lots of nectar, which they store in their huge tummies.

It was a small beetle that eats through wood. When it hatches from its egg it bangs its head against the wood to attract another beetle to it, making a tapping sound. That’s how it got its name – the deathwatch beetle. 41 Cleaning up Nature has its own recyling service in the form of bugs that feed on dead plants, animals, and dung. Left uneaten, the remains would build up into a huge pile of rotten gunge. We should be very thankful for these small cleaners! Great balls of dung When a pile of dung appears in Africa, the dung beetles rush in, each one claiming a piece of the action.

39 Pests and plagues They may be small, but bugs can do a surprising amount of damage, in large numbers or on their own. Humans sometimes have to try hard to control them, and very often we lose. Leaping locusts Imagine a swarm of a billion locusts. Yuck! A swarm this big, which we call a plague, can eat every crop in a region in a matter of hours. When there are so many locusts together at once, they blot out the Sun as they pass overhead. Colorado killer In 1850, settlers arrived in the Rocky Mountains and they brought with them the potato.

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