This unique and creative children’s book-turned series is perfect for teaching kids and clearing bugs’ misconceptions. To further acquaint ourselves, here’s Bug Diaries in real life!
Let’s start our list with energetic Fly. Fly has multiple eyes and has to move in unison to form a single pupil-like appearance. According to softschools.com, house flies have red compound eyes, which contain 4000 lenses that allow them to see different pictures simultaneously. Pretty cool, right? However, they still have poor vision.
In the series, Worm is seen to have teeth. Though in reality, worms don’t have. According to GardenTea.Co, worms process their food in their gizzard, a strong muscle that contains sand and tiny rock particles that serve as their teeth.
In the series, Spider is portrayed as a friendly arachnid which is a hidden nature of spiders. According to FactRetriever, spiders are helpful for pest control and plant pollination.
From what the series has shown, Flea is a really good jumper. According to PetMD, fleas possess impressive jumping skills since they can jump more than 150 times their body length. Jumping is essential for their survival.
Mookie is seen to be a smart and energetic dog. According to RAUAnimalHospital.com, dogs are as intelligent as a 2-year-old kid since they may share the same words and gestures. That may explain their extra gentleness to children.
You might get the impression that most ants are all males, but they’re not. According to TheConversation.com, most ants are female. The queen ant and the working ants are female. They are responsible for caring for the queen, youngs, regulating orderliness, and waste disposal. They are indeed the epitome of being responsible.
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