Learn 10 fascinating facts about grasshoppers.
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You Ask Andy Benito Martinez Jr., age 9, of Philadelphia, Pa., for his question. Does a grasshopper really spit tobacco.
Mr. Grasshopper does not chew tobacco like the tough old guy in our favorite westerns. He prefers to dine on grass but, when hungry, he will eat almost any green leaf that grows. When he spits, chances are he is spitting grass juice. However, his spit is a brown color and could be mistaken for tobacco juice. The grasshopper is surrounded by enemies all ready to eat him. True, he has big eyes to warn him of danger and long ‑back legs to help him hop out of the way.
Does a „grasshopper really spit tobacco?
You Ask Andy Sonny Harrod, age 14, of Louisville, Kentucky, for his question: Does a grasshopper really spit tobacco.
Starting with these 10 facts about grasshoppers. 1. A lone grasshopper doesn t do Some people say grasshoppers spit tobacco juice, probably because.
What do grasshoppers spit. Grasshoppers do not spit tobacco. And has long back legs adapted for leaping.A Grasshopper sings to other grasshoppers by.