Yes, there are a wide variety of walking sticks in the rainforest. Having just returned from a visit in the Amazon Basin, I photographed several walking sticks of different sizes and colors.
Neither. Walking sticks are insects.
There are various species of walking stick insects. Some can live three years or more, but most considerably less.
The scientific name for walking sticks is Diapheromera Femorata
walking sticks are used for supporting humans and can not have babies
why would walking sticks go any where for winter(they don't)
How do walking sticks eat ? Well if your wondering they eat in a round circle
Woodworm or beaverswalking sticks will sometimes eat their own kind
Walking sticks (the insects) procreate. If they did not procreate there wouldn't be any. Walking sticks (the kind you use when you go hiking) do not procreate. They are made out of dead wood.
They both are brown and they live in the rain forest.
no, they are only native to India and other areas around there
Walking sticks are found in forests all over the world. They generally do not have a favorite tree on which to reside.
Walking sticks usually lay their eggs in the soil, or on the underside of leaves.
Walking sticks are used as an aide for trekking and walking activities. However, they are not a living thing and do not drink water.
Walking sticks are wonderful for uneven ground or steep inclines, even if you are in shape.
people live in the polar climate by catching fish to eat and live in igloos to keep themselves warm. They normally travel by walking.
walking sticks are a type of insect that sucks the sap of plants through a strawlike mouth
You can find stick bugs anywhere on tree's or thorn bushes they look like sticks and are called "walking sticks" or "stick bugs" because they look exactly like little sticks.
you squash them!