How phasmids manage to remain undetected

These harmless herbivores have had to become masters of disguise to fool their predators. Meet the clever phasmids.

28/04/2019 6:17 AM


  • Soufiane M.
    10/05/2020 21:50

    Nothing has evolved or emerged millions of years ago, nature is just a pure living example of god's creation miracle. 😍😍

  • Nadine C.
    27/06/2019 00:16

    Nature is incredible

  • Mary S.
    23/06/2019 03:35

    Thier bite hurts

  • Sthefano S.
    19/06/2019 02:47

    olha os bichao

  • Michael D.
    18/06/2019 23:15

    The statement that "these behaviours emerged at least 120 million years ago" is such BS. We have no clue when they emerged...........there's no test to perform. Why can't we just admit WE DON'T KNOW????

  • Terry A.
    18/06/2019 19:56

    Amazing God created them all.

  • Jerry S.
    08/06/2019 23:45

    I found a phasmid in New Mexico that isnt catalogued as far as i know. It was at Elephant Butte Reservoir. It was a grasshopper that was shaped and colored to look like a horned toad. Those toads are not liked by birds. It really looked just like one but it was actually a grasshopper or North American Locust.

  • Sara R.
    07/06/2019 11:04


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    04/06/2019 01:57


  • Vic D.
    04/06/2019 00:22

    Wonderful design by the Creator that debunks microbe-to-man evolution..

  • Andrea S.
    03/06/2019 19:02

    Can you imagine what people were thinking way back seeing a leaf move or a twig move on its own

  • Megan A.
    03/06/2019 17:08

    smart bois!!

  • Bruce C.
    02/06/2019 00:58

    If you could do that, what would you look like?

  • Eric W.
    29/05/2019 21:29

    We have butterflies here in Alaska that when they fold their wings up they look exactly like a dead leaf .

  • Lori T.
    29/05/2019 02:41

    Mother Nature, she's crafty!!

  • Jesse T.
    26/05/2019 22:04

    10 times bett then the video i watched before it i guy made a cup out of a 4×4

  • Eva B.
    25/05/2019 22:54

    Not millions of yrs ago. God created them and they are awesome.

  • Iya E.
    25/05/2019 19:38


  • Leonora M.
    25/05/2019 13:13

    Thank you for sharing

  • John O.
    24/05/2019 20:20

    I had a pet stick insect, it was not very exiting.

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