See how small this grasshopper is?
When I zoomed in on the bell-shaped flower, at first I thought it had a small mark on the petal. Looking closer, I saw it was a critter.
See the tiny critter?
Back home I noticed a millipede in the bathroom. Using a white sheet of paper, I slid it onto the page and carried it outside
We call this critter a shongolo. Note the
zillions double rows of legs
The Millipede or Shongololo. They fall under the class Diplopoda and family Spirostreptrornorpha. Millipedes are arthropods, which means that they are invertebrates that have an exoskeleton. Their bodies are divided into segments, mostly two fused together, and each segment sports a couple of pairs of legs.
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