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        Praying Mantis

        The praying mantis is a carnivorous insect belonging to the Mantodea order. There are roughly 2,200 species of mantis around the world. The praying mantis gets its name from the position of its front legs, which are bent in a prayer-like pose. In Europe, this insect is called Mantis religiosa.

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        The praying mantis is a carnivorous insect belonging to the Mantodea order. There are roughly 2,200 species of mantis around the world. The praying mantis gets its name from the position of its front legs, which are bent in a prayer-like pose. In Europe, this insect is called Mantis religiosa.

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        The praying mantis is a carnivorous insect belonging to the Mantodea order. There are roughly 2,200 species of mantis around the world. The praying mantis gets its name from the position of its front legs, which are bent in a prayer-like pose. In Europe, this insect is called Mantis religiosa.

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        The praying mantis is a carnivorous insect belonging to the Mantodea order. There are roughly 2,200 species of mantis around the world. The praying mantis gets its name from the position of its front legs, which are bent in a prayer-like pose. In Europe, this insect is called Mantis religiosa.

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        The praying mantis is a carnivorous insect belonging to the Mantodea order. There are roughly 2,200 species of mantis around the world. The praying mantis gets its name from the position of its front legs, which are bent in a prayer-like pose. In Europe, this insect is called Mantis religiosa.

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        The praying mantis is a carnivorous insect belonging to the Mantodea order. There are roughly 2,200 species of mantis around the world. The praying mantis gets its name from the position of its front legs, which are bent in a prayer-like pose. In Europe, this insect is called Mantis religiosa.

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        Praying Mantis Hatchling

        The praying mantis is a carnivorous insect belonging to the Mantodea order. There are roughly 2,200 species of mantis around the world. The praying mantis gets its name from the position of its front legs, which are bent in a prayer-like pose. In Europe, this insect is called Mantis religiosa.

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