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Indian Walking Stick Head

2010_0323_stick_bug_headThis is something you don’t see every day – yet.

This creature is called Carausius Morosus, commonly known¬† as the Indian Walking Stick because it’s from India and it looks like a walking stick. I’ve reported on these guys once before. Here is a close-up look at one of its little eyes.

Apparently these insects are voracious eaters. They come to America as pets, selling for around $10. The females lay thousands of eggs, and the resulting spawn enjoy munching on the local California gardens as much as we do. No doubt having more competition for our calories will result in our becoming leaner and more efficient.

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