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UK Toads

The number of UK toads has dropped by 68%. Toads are picky about where they breed, so they often cross busy roads to reach breeding ponds.



Praying Mantis


Leaf Insects

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Why Are My Leaf Insects Dying?

If you keep leaf insects as pets, and they are dying or have already died, then it is likely that something was wrong with either their diet or environment, and there are some things that need to be quite specific.







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