A cricket's ears are found on their LEGS I know it sounds weird but they are.
On their feet.
They have ears on their "knees" or where they bend their hind legs.
A crickets ears are two small white dots found one on each leg near the bend of the knee.
Crickets (and other insects) do not have ears. They have a membrane on the exoskeleton on each side of the head equivalent to an eardrum.
so that they can hear the predetors
Because they can. Why does it matter to you?(:
The insect that has ears on its front legs are crickets.
A cricket's ears are on its front legs, just below the knees and they have four acoustic inputs.
in the front legs
for humans its on the sides of the head but for crickets its in their legs and for the grasshoppers its in their stomach!!!
There are no insects with eyes on their knees. However, there are many kinds of insects with ears on their knees. Some examples include crickets and grasshoppers.