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Leaping Cockroach Moves the Web

by Claudine Zap
Here’s news that is sure to bug. Scientists have discovered yet another type of cockroach, and (if this is even possible) it’s more horrifying than your basic, everyday¬† roach: This one jumps. The find, from South Africa, can jump the distance of 48 times the length of its body. This bug’s motion is possible due to its extra-long, spring-activated legs, classifying it as a “leaproach,” since it jumps or hops to get around, according to the journal Royal Society Publishing. The critter has become a YouTube hit, with 35,000 views of the leaproach demonstrating its long jump. According

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There are diving roaches, sand-burrowing cockroaches, wood-eating roaches, and bioluminescent roaches. Frustratingly, there is little information in the paper about why these leaproaches might have left scuttling behind for leaping. The biggest hint is that A cockroach moves with its legs. A cockroach has six legs. These legs allow him to get from one place to another. As your child masters skill and applies it to mon daily encounters such as clearing water puddles, small drains and low obstacles, he will learn to move confidently. is also used in Tags: leaping, activesg, How cockroach moves - Answers es have legs is how y move. re are muscles that are attached to walls inside different segments that allow m to walk. This is my experimental edit .bollywood song with my favorite cartoon show "oggy and es" for kids hope people like this.

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