Children’s Book About Ladybugs: A Kids Picture Book About Ladybugs with Photos and Fun Facts
The ladybug may be considered nice looking by us, but that bright color is a reminder to its predators that it tastes awful. However, just to be sure this little bug doesn’t stop there. When it feels threatened it secretes a foul tasting liquid from the joints in its legs. So even if a bird tries to eat the ladybug it will soon learn its lesson.
The ladybug preys on plant-eating insects like aphids and are considered a welcome guest on any farmer’s crop where these tiny pests lurk. The female ladybug will also seek out areas where the aphids are abundant to lay her eggs.
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