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Life Cycles.


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Amazing insect Life Cycles

Insects all have their own individual Life Cycles. For example, bees and ants are born parthenogenically (without assistance from a male). Some insects lay eggs, and some larvae are born alive (Australia Museum). Other insects like the dragonfly lay eggs in the water that develop into nymphs before transforming into dragonfly between one to three years later! (David Attenborough)

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The weird and wonderful Life Cycle of a Minibeast

Insect Life Cycle Videos

Click on the images below to find out more

Click on the picture to be transported to life-cycle information 

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Bee, Butterfly, Spider, Snail..... Just to name a few

Which Minibeast will you choose...?

Tip: To increase student motivation and excitement about the project, make the choosing process fun for students

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