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Ladybirds

 

Ladybirds

Ladybirds are insects.

Ladybirds eat greenflies, fruit flies and other small insects.

Gardeners love ladybirds as if you have lots in your garden they will eat all of the small pest insects that eat all of the crops.

Ladybirds smell with thier feet and antennae.

Ladybirds are insects.

Ladybirds eat greenflies, fruit flies and other small insects.

Gardeners love ladybirds as if you have lots in your garden they will eat all of the small pest insects that eat all of the crops.

Ladybirds smell with thier feet and antennae.

The bright colours of the ladybird warns birds that it's not very tasty.

Ladybirds flap thier wings 85 times a minute.

Ladybirds lay eggs, these hatch as larvae, then they form a pupa and then the pupa hatches to reveal a ladybird.

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