Do Tarantulas Have Teeth: Questions and Answers About by Melvin Berger

By Melvin Berger

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With a long, ribbonlike tongue covered with dart-shaped teeth. A sea snail, also called a cone shell, sticks its tongue out at its prey, which may be a worm or a small fish. It then shoots out a tiny harpoon that spears the animal and keeps it still. Last, it injects its prey with powerful poison. 38 Stingrays 39 Ten moth caterpillar Flannel moth caterpillar Saddleback caterpillar 40 How do some caterpillars protect themselves? With poisonous needlelike spines over all or part of their body. A caterpillar is the second stage in the life of a butterfly or a moth.

It then shoots out a tiny harpoon that spears the animal and keeps it still. Last, it injects its prey with powerful poison. 38 Stingrays 39 Ten moth caterpillar Flannel moth caterpillar Saddleback caterpillar 40 How do some caterpillars protect themselves? With poisonous needlelike spines over all or part of their body. A caterpillar is the second stage in the life of a butterfly or a moth. At this stage, the insects are small and slow moving. They lack claws or fangs to fight back. And they have many, many enemies, including birds and other insects.

A caterpillar is the second stage in the life of a butterfly or a moth. At this stage, the insects are small and slow moving. They lack claws or fangs to fight back. And they have many, many enemies, including birds and other insects. The poisonous spines offer caterpillars some protection. But even so, the death rate is very high. Few caterpillars live long enough to become butterflies or moths. Which caterpillars are poisonous? The caterpillars of the Malay lacewing butterfly, for example. At the base of each spine is a tiny gland that emits poison.

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