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A flower insect!
It looks like an exotic flower! Its legs look like flower petals. Thus, it is easy for him to deceive his predators but also his prey. To feed, the pink orchid mantis (Hymenopus coronatus) uses a very simple technique: it lands and waits patiently for prey to come to it. Flies, crickets, cockroaches, its favorite food, get caught thinking it's a flower. The pink orchid mantis is an insect that lives in the tropical forests of Southeast Asia. Males measure 2 to 3 centimeters, while females are larger and measure up to 7 centimeters. The species is both predator and prey, which contributes to population balance.
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