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Amazing Crazy and Weird Bugs and Insects - Fascinating Crazy and Weird Animal Facts - cover

Amazing Crazy and Weird Bugs and Insects - Fascinating Crazy and Weird Animal Facts

TJ Rob

Publisher: TJ Rob

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Summary

Bugs and Insects are found everywhere. There are more than 1 million different species of Insects. 
Some Bugs and Insects look really weird! 
Some Bugs do really strange things! 
Some behave in amazing ways that you would never expect! 
This book uncovers just some of the craziest, weird and amazing Bugs and Insects that roam our planet. 
You may already know something about Bugs and Insects, but with so many around, you will find a whole new bunch to learn about. 
Facts like…. What is the longest bug? The bug with the most painful bite? What bug injects a toxin into its prey that turns their insides to mush? 
Do you know what is the strongest bug? Did you know that it may also be the strongest creature on Earth? 
What bug attacks and kills deadly Tarantula Spiders without even getting a scratch? What Spider spins a web that is 6 times stronger than steel? 
Be ready to explore the strange and amazing world of Bugs and Insects. 
This book is full of color images, packed with little known facts. Easy to read and understand - ideal for readers of all ages - from 6 to 100! 
TJ Rob — www.TJRob.com 
For EXTRA CONTENT please visit www.TJRob.com 
Book Contents: 
1. Let’s Explore the World of Bugs 
2. Are Bugs and Insects the same thing? 
3. That’s a Big Bug — The Atlas Moth 
4. The See Through Bug — The Glasswing Butterfly 
5. The World’s Longest Bug — The Borneo Walking Stick 
6. That’s a LONG Neck — The Giraffe Weevil 
7. Hiding in Front of You — Thorn Bugs 
8. 7 STRANGE BUT TRUE BUG FACTS 
9. The Most Painful Bite — The Bullet Ant 
10. The Strongest Bug — The Dung Beetle 
11. The Ninja Bug — The Assassin Bug 
12. Weird and Colorful — The Spiny Flower Mantis 
13. Dangerous with a Cute Face — The Puss Moth Caterpillar 
14. 7 MORE STRANGE BUT TRUE BUG FACTS 
15. The Champion Hunter — Dragonflies 
16. I Glow in the Dark — Fireflies 
17. The “You Can’t Miss Me” Bug — The Striped Shieldbug 
18. The Giant Killer — The Tarantula Hawk Wasp 
19. The Super Web Spinner — Darwin’s Bark Spider 
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