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  1. Sep 10,  · The praying mantis is named for its prominent front legs, which are bent and held together at an angle that suggests the position of prayer.
  2. May 09,  · A praying mantis is a type of insect known for being a great hunter. “Praying” comes from the way these insects hold their front legs below their head, as if Author: Erica Hersh.
  3. Before striking, the mantis will sway or rock back and forth. Scientists disagree about why. Some believe it is mimicking the movement of leaves in the wind. Others think that swaying helps the.
  4. Praying Mantis as Totem Animal. Although it is an insect, we refer to the praying mantis and all other forms of non-human spirits as animal spirits or totems. As you may have learned in previous.
  5. Praying mantis A praying mantis is an amazing insect that can be kept as a pet. A praying mantis can catch other insects with its strong front legs. The front legs are lined with spikes and close in a certain way to have a firm grip on the prey.
  6. Jul 25,  · The praying mantis belongs to a carnivore class of insects, who feed on other small insects and pests. This amazing insect has a triangular head and front appendages joint in a stance which makes them look as if they are praying. .
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