Why do a woodlice like to be under a rock?
Invertebrates live under rocks as to avoid being eaten by predators like birds and mice.
they look like tiny little white things well they look like tiny little white woodlice and once i had a woodlouse on my hand and things that looked like tiny little woodlice that were white came off or out of the woodlouse so i assume they were baby woodlice and i think that woodlice carry there babys on there belly (or tummy)
Woodlice display negative phototaxis, which means they run away from light. This is generally because woodlice are prone to drying out as they do not have a waxy cuticle. By living under rocks and logs, woodlice stay out of the sun and in more humid areas, which will reduce the chances of drying out and also increase the chances of survival.
woodlice can be stuck on some parts of the environment like wood for example and can spread when the wood is touching something else it is not always stuck on wood sometimes in can be stuck on other objects in the environment when it can get to it.If woodlice cant get to any other object it will stick to the same object a couple of moths or years if the woodlice wanted to and woodlice…