Grasshopper

Grasshopper
Kingdom
  Animal
Class
  Invertebrate
Suborder
  Grasshopper

 
Status
  Varies by species
Added by
  JindoJeff - cheetah
Date Updated
  Fri Feb 7 19:21:14 2014
Image Credit
  JindoJeff
Image Comment
  Eastern Lubber Grasshopper.
Image From
  Saint Louis Zoo
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Sorter Stats: Hits 36   At Bats 111   Average 0.324 Habitats: desert grassland farms

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Grasshopper Facts & Trivia for kids

  • Grasshoppers make sounds by rubbing their wings together.
  • A grasshopper's back legs have large muscles which allow it to leap over 200 times its own length.
  • Long-horned Grasshoppers usually come out at dusk and are active through the night.
  • The Grasshopper's hearing organs are on its front legs.
  • When the short-horned Grasshopper is at the highest point of its jump, it spreads its wings.
  • All Grasshoppers have very good eyesight and hearing.
  • Most Grasshoppers have two pairs of wings.
  • There are two main Grasshopper groups. They are the long-horned and the short-horned.
  • An example of a short-horned Grasshopper is a locust.

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