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Name: sarah
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Grade: K-3
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Date: 8/17/2005


Question:
is there a insect that camouflages like a stick called a stick bug? If there is why does it camouflage?


Replies:
http://www.nfi.org.za/inverts/new_insect_order_found_in_southe.htm

http://www.museums.org.za/bio/insects/phasmida/

These two sites should be of interest to you!

Steve Sample


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