True Facts About The Mantis

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Post to Facebook :: This :: (you can change the text)music: facts every thursday.Watch more True Facts here :: Footage courtesy of Shutterstock, Inc., Used by PermissionPhotos Licensed by: (titles and authors in order of appearance)European mantis. Empusa pennataA.S. Floro/Shutterstock.comA spiny flower mantis is sitting on a rolled leaf.Cathy Keifer/Shutterstock.comA Ghost mantis nymph is sitting on a branch.Cathy Keifer/Shutterstock.comEmpusa fasciata mantisMikhail Melnikov/Shutterstock.comPraying Mantis. on white backgroundJIANG HONGYAN/Shutterstock.comA Thai green mantis is posing for a portrait.Cathy Keifer/Shutterstock.compraying mantis staring back with leg in mouth. In the act of groomingPaul Looyen/Shutterstock.comPraying Mantis head shot taken with a Macro lensJim Vallee/Shutterstock.comA thai green mantis nymph is putting his front foot on a cricket that is too big to eat.Cathy Keifer/Shutterstock.comA Chinese mantis nymph is eating a cricket while standing on a leaf.Cathy Keifer/Shutterstock.comA macro shot of an Australian Praying Mantis eating a cricketJohan Larson/Shutterstock.comPraying Mantis eating a Monarch Butterfly on purple flowersSteve Byland/Shutterstock.comA praying mantis sees a grasshopper and is surprised.Cathy Keifer/Shutterstock.comFace Off! CC BY 2.0Mantis vs Hummingbird, CC BY 2.0Praying mantis mating and eatingHoria Bogdan/Shutterstock.comMantisMarek Velechovsky/Shutterstock.comTwo female praying mantis fightingRichard Fellinger/Picture Press/GettyA mantis while eating her mateValeria73/Shutterstock.comMantis nymphs are being born from an egg case. They emerge attached to a tiny silk line.Cathy Keifer/Shutterstock.comMantis nymphs are emerging from an egg case after incubating for about 5 weeks.Cathy Keifer/Shutterstock.comExtreme macro shot of a Praying mantisCre8tive Images/Shutterstock.comPraying MantisErhan Dayi/Shutterstock.comPortrait of the Praying Mantis close-up 1:1 isolated on witeEvgeniy Ayupov/Shutterstock.comFemale Praying Mantis, Rhombodera Basalis, in front of white backgroundEric Isselee/Shutterstock.comMantis on the rockM. Khebra/Shutterstock.comGreen mantis eats a grasshopperKristina Postnikova/Shutterstock.comGreen mantis eats a grasshopperKristina Postnikova/

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