Here’s What Makes The Amazon Forest A Wonder Of Nature

Leaf-Mimic Katydid

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The bush crickets or katydids are insects that mimic the leaves. They were pretty amazing in their camouflage. Because of its ability to looks like a leaf and it is not easy to find them, and it’s the reason it was called Leaf- Mimic Katydid. Some say that katydids are the master of cryptic coloration and mimicry; in other words, they are masters of camouflage. These insects are less likely to be eaten because it can blend with their environment. These creatures are part of a group of insects known as Pterochrozini, and they were abundant in humid tropical areas like the Amazon forest. Katydids are a bunch of groups of insects similar to the grasshoppers and crickets. Katydids get their name from it’s their repetitive clicks and calls sound like someone saying ka-ty-did! People can understand and know the temperature by the frequency of the chirping sound of the katydid.

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