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Mantis. 15 Facts About Praying Killer

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Many people have heard something about an insect such as a mantis or Mantis religiosa, but this insect, which looks more like an alien from another planet, is even more interesting if you start to study it.

 

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Praying mantises are the only insects whose head rotates in different directions in the same way as in humans.

 

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They eat mainly small insects, but on occasion they can also eat a lizard, a frog, or even a small snake. Spiked mantis forelegs are a terrible weapon.

 

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The largest mantises reach a height of 10-12 centimeters.

 

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It is able to eat and digest almost anything without harming itself. These insects attack both the black widow – a deadly poisonous spider, and ladybugs, which are very toxic.

 

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In the world there are more than two thousand species of mantis.

 

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The ancient Egyptians worshiped mantises and even mummified them like pharaohs.

 

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In some countries in Central Asia, rural people keep mantises to kill pests.

 

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Praying mantises are masters of disguise, and their coloring always coincides with the basic color scheme of the area in which they live.

 

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Cannibalism among these insects is not uncommon. Two hungry males are likely to attack each other, and the winner will eat the vanquished.

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Mantis prefer to eat their victims alive. They will not eat dead prey, even if they are starving to death.

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Mantis females are always larger than males, and therefore they cannot fly – the wings are weak. And males may well fly from branch to branch.

 

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The characteristic pose, in which the mantis is most often photographed (forelegs raised up), is a signal of the insect’s readiness for attack.

 

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Eggs laid by a female praying mantis are so reliably protected that they are not afraid of frosts or toxic chemicals.

 

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None of the types of praying mantises are dangerous for humans, but if they piss him off, he can grab him hard and it will hurt.

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