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Owls and Praying Mantises

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Hannah Kujundzic

on 20 November 2012

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Transcript of Owls and Praying Mantises

Interesting Facts

life span: less than 1 year
1800+ species
help farmers by eating bugs Relatives

cockroaches Anatomy

0.5-6 inch long body
can turn heads 180 degrees
2 pairs of wings
6 jointed legs Diet
butterflies Habitat

North Africa, Southern Europe, Asia, North America
bushy fields, gardens,
tropical and temperate rain forests Enemies

fish- eat larvae and pupae Protection

foam on eggs
green/brown for camouflage
quick reflexes Reproduction

100 + eggs
female eats male during/after mating
mating in autumn Praying Mantis: Mantis religiosa Order: Mantodea Snowy Owls Praying Mantises Alike Anatomy: heads can turn, have wings and can fly Protection: protect eggs Reproduction: lay eggs Kingdom: Anamalia Habitat: Bushes and fields Different Owls live in cold climates: Northern Canada, Asia
They have nests
Talons for protection
Eat mice and rabbits
Breeds in spring/summer
3-10 eggs Different The praying mantis lives in warm climates: North Africa and Asia
Spiky legs for protection
Eat grasshoppers and spiders
Breed in autumn
100+ eggs
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