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Dragonfly Fun Facts

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Dragonfly wing muscles must be warm to fly, so they will often bask in the sun or perform wing-whirring activities to prepare for flight.
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Dragonflies are one of the most effective aerial predators, and while their main fair is small flying insects, they will also regularly consume insects that are up to 60% of their weight.
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A colloquial name for dragonflies in the southern US is snake doctors because they believe they nurse ill snakes back to health.
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Dragonflies will fly in tandem, with the male towing the female by grasping the back of her head with claspers at the end of his abdomen before and after mating.
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Dragonflies are any aerial predatory insects that primarily live near fresh water.
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Dragonflies have two pairs of wings that are shaped differently from one another.
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Globe skimmers complete an annual migration that takes multiple generations, each dragonfly traveling approximately 3,700 miles to complete an 11,200-mile journey.
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Until their wings fully develop, dragonfly larvae live in the water, where they are just as effective at hunting worms, tadpoles, and small fish.
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Dragonfly larvae have gills in their rectums and can forcibly expel water from them to act as jet propulsion to escape predators.