Guessing this insect inhabits climates where the leaves are always green.
Yes, along with the grass- its over there, on the Other Side
It's "Ooooh!" and "Awwww!" time --
@Robert Piano - OR the bug's adult life cycle takes place entirely during the green leaf season.
@Un, could be, I'm still amazed by those frogs that lay dormant for years. Hard to even imagine where evolution can lead.
Psychologists call it an irrational fear. I know it's irrational, But I don't care. I don't like bugs. And the more I learn about them, the more I don't like them. Prime example is the Voodoo Wasp. Google it.
I realize it's irrational behavior as my wife has a similar response to spiders specifically. But please, just walk away and let life continue. :^ )
@H3xx - Unless they are tasty.
Isn't it evolution at "its" finest? "It's" would be a contraction of it is, and so the title would read "Evolution at it is finest" if the contraction was separated.
Jimmy, your right!
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