Grasshoppers are found in gardens, fields, on crops and forests in almost all climates worldwide. They’re an herbivore,which means It eat only plants. They come in many sizes and up to 5 inches in length. It can walk, hop great distances and even fly.
It has five eyes and no ears, but can still hear with a special organ on my abdomen called a tympanal organ. The large back legs are used for hopping and making music. The smaller front legs are used for eating and walking.
Grasshoppers go through three stages of development: egg, nymph and adult. Their eggs are laid in the fall and will hatch during the spring. It hatches into a nymph, which looks like an adult grasshopper, but without wings. It sheds its skin many times to grow. When It becomes an adult it will developed wings, and will live about one year.