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10 Amazing Scientific “Facts of Animals, Birds and Insects” interesting facts for Class 10 and 12 Part 4

Facts of Animals, Birds and Insects-4

231. Insects’ eggs may be of many colours raining from black, grey, orange, yellow and violet.

232. The bumblebee does not die when it stings- it can sting again and again. And again. In a bumblebee hive, the entire colony, except for the queen, dies at the end of each summer. Each year, an entirely new colony of bees is produced.

233. The locust shoves its eggs in masses into the ground.

234. Many insects thrust their eggs through the tender bark of shrubs and trees.

235. The firefly is so called because it emits phosphorescent light. It is not a fly as such, but a soft-bodied insect of the beetle family, including the glow – worm.

236. The housefly is the most sophisticated flying creature in the world. It likes to lay its eggs in decaying matter.

237. The house lizard neither bites nor is aggressive. In fact, it helps man by eating insects like flies and mosquitoes.

238. The tongue of the frog grows from the front of its mouth which makes it easier for it to catch insects.

239. Insects have no voice. The sounds they make are produced by rubbing their legs against a rough patch on their wings.

240. The buzzing sound associated with the fly, the bee and other insects is nothing but the sound emanating from the rubbing of their legs against a rough patch on their wings moving at a rapid speed.

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