“Bugs never bug my head. They are amazing. It is the activities of humans which actually bug me all the time.”
– Munia Khan.
Our Earth is full of animals of varied sizes and shapes. Among them comes the small insects called the bugs. A lot of us are scared of bugs, but their enchanting beauty and uniqueness amaze us all. They have evolved so much and they are important elements of the ecosystems. They aerate the soil, pollinate, and control insect and plant pests. Some insects are scavengers, which feed on dead animals and fallen trees, which helps in recycling nutrients back into the soil.
These tiny bugs may be small but they are the most successful creatures on the planet.
In this post, we introduce to you four interesting insects that have evolved amazingly to survive on the planet Earth in many different ways and they are indeed rocking it. These superbugs are the living proof of the magic of evolution and the principle of survival of the fittest. They are the most successful species on the earth, the home to all beings.
We will show you guys how these amazing tiny bugs or insects survive in the wild with the various survival mechanisms in the animal world. These creatures use there unique properties some of which include camouflage, physical features, chemical features, mimicking, etc. After all, it’s a tough world out there and you need to have some superpowers.
Some of them can be harmful but most of them are not so dangerous.
These Super Bugs are sure to amaze you…
1. Bird Dropping Spider –
The name sounds strange, isn’t it? They are named so because of their strange shape and color, and yes it resembles birds droppings. This is a camouflage to make sure that no bird will try to eat it. Thanks to their superpower called the Camouflage. Camouflage is a defense mechanism that organisms use to disguise their appearance. This helps them to blend in with their surroundings. It allows them to avoid predators, and for predators to grab their prey. You can see these harmless spiders dangling upside down on tree branches.
“I’m just a tinyyyyy li’l poop…..”
“Stay away birds…….How can you eat your own poop man????”
2. Oak Treehoppers –
With beautifully sculptured and colorful bodies, Oak tree-hoppers are large, triangle-shaped insects with stripes. This triangular shape helps them to move around by taking larger leaps.
“Hey you!!!Wanna come with me? I’ll launch to something great…”