June 28, 2012
The rediscovery of the Lord Howe stick insect, Dryococelus australis
Long NPR story short:
The giant flightless stick insects (above and below)
on Lord Howe Island, off Australia in the South Pacific,
were believed extinct in 1920.
Turns out they are alive and well.
[via Kay (Leah)]
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are they edible?
Posted by: sherlock | Jun 28, 2012 10:18:52 PM
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