It depends on the insect.
potential energy is when something has the ability to use kinetic energy so it really depends on how much energy that something has
The diagram below shows a picture of a slankey diagram. Energy is weighed in kj (kilo joules). the electrical energy represents how much energy you started with. The light energy represents how much energy you used for the lights. The heat energy represents how much energy you did not use for the lights but you used it for heat.
This makes no sense.
It depends on how much you weigh and what stroke you do for example if you are doing breast stroke it will use less than a butterfly stroke.
Around 75% pf Australia's energy is derived from coal. Well we are starting to use solar energy and Kevin Rudd is push to put limits on how much coal we use.
It depends on the owl. Most owls and birds don't think much of flying. flying isn't for fun, its for life. most birds just glide and flap their wings, but that's for hibernating and seeing other birds, getting away from predators and for food. Birds don't want to use up their energy. for example, if predators were chasing you and you try to get away, but oh no! no energy left to get away! wouldn't you wish you hadn't used up your energy earlier? flying may be exiting for us.. but to them it usual, so they don't do it for fun, but for living.
They use way to much energy, but what would we do with out google. :)
Like a lot of energy you use.
8,000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000900volts of energy
7% energy plants use. I don't know how much they store though.
Ants and flies are both insects, but that is about as much as they are like each other. Ants are descended from certain kinds of wasps and if you carefully compare the build of an ant and a wasp, you can see that they are very much alike; in fact some kinds of ants, especially the flying ants, look very much like wasps, and some kinds of wasps look very much like ants. Many ants, like many wasps, have stings, and most wasps, like most ants, can bite. Flies do however differ from wasps, just as humans differ from horses, though both of us are mammals. Flies don't have stings, and they cannot bite, though some kinds, like horse flies and mosquitoes, have piercing mouthparts that they can stick through your skin to suck blood. Ants cannot do that, because their mouthparts are cutting or crushing jaws like pincers. Flying ants each have four wings like most wasps and most other flying insects, and in a way, so do flies, but the flies are in the order Diptera (which means "two-winged ones"). In fact, flying flies do have four wings, not two, but their hind wings have shrunk into little clubs we call "halteres". When they fly, flies swing their halteres like tiny gyroscopes. They use those "gyroscopes" to keep their balance, and use their front wings for flying, much as we use our hind legs for walking and our front legs (which we call "arms") for balance (among other things). So you could say that the difference between a horse and a human is much like the difference between a flying ant (or other type of wasp) and a fly.
Water filters dont use any energy.
Because they dont use their energy that much
yes they use them for catching fruit flies and flys and flying insects like that
Not that much.
The same way it flies... Gliders are lighter and they use Bernoulli's principle for lift. and once they get speed they can keep flying... they also use updrafts from the ground to get lift