Luna moth facts, pictures and in-depth information.
Honey bee facts – on this page you’ll discover: the different types of honey bees; the life-cycle of a honey bee; the life-cycle of a honey bee colony; and the three different types of honey bee found in a colony.
European mantis facts, pictures and in-depth information.
Despite its name, the European mantis is found not only in Europe, but also in Asia and Africa. The species has also been introduced to North America, and is found in both the United States and Canada.
The European mantis is one of several species known as a ‘praying mantis’.
Read on to find out more about this fascinating predatory insect…
Monarch butterfly facts, pictures & information. The monarch butterfly’s annual migration is said to be one of the nature’s greatest spectacles …
This page contains amazing Queen Alexandra’s Birdwing butterfly facts for kids (and adults).
- You can find information about other rainforest animals here: Rainforest Animals List with Pictures & Facts.
- Discover more amazing rainforest insects here: Rainforest Insects List with Pictures & Facts.
- Discover the amazing world of insects: Insects: The Ultimate Guide.
This page contains amazing bullet ant facts for kids (and adults).
Many of the most amazing rainforest animals we’ve looked at have been big animals. However, one of the most incredible rainforest animals of all is very small. Leafcutter ants eat more rainforest vegetation than any other type of animal. Not only that, they actually grow their own food, and live in colonies that can contain over eight million insects! Let’s learn more leafcutter ant facts …
This page contains blue morpho butterfly facts, and information about other rainforest butterflies.
The Blue Morpho Butterfly is a beautiful butterfly with brilliant blue wings. It is found in the tropical rainforests of South and Central America.
Don’t be deceived; those blue wings aren’t just for show! They’ve evolved that way for a number of reasons. Let’s find out more about this and other facts about blue morphos. Oh, and we’ll also look at some other rainforest butterflies …