Why Do Some Moths Mimic Wasps? And Other Odd Insect Adaptations

Why Do Some Moths Mimic Wasps? And Other Odd Insect Adaptations

Author - Kate Light

Why Do Some Moths Mimic Wasps? And Other Odd Insect Adaptations
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Mimicry is an awesome adaptation that many animals have developed. That's the case with some kinds of harmless moths.

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11-12
30-45 mins
30
Gareth Stevens provided by The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc (Unlimited)
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 English
 9781538220283

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