Why do stick insects wobble?
To stabilise itself
Not at all! Indian Stick Insects, like all stick insects, cannot bite as their mouths are specially developed for eating and cutting the edges of leaves. Indian sticks do not have a defensive spray like Peruphasma Schultei stick insects or Macleay's Spectre, nor to they have any sharp spines or spikes. Indian Stick Insects are completely harmless.
No not really but when they have to they will.some breeds do bite but i dont think Indian stick insects bite Improved Answer: No, Indian Stick Insects DO NOT bite! They, like all other stick insects, are strictly herbivores and do not have the mouthparts capable in inflicting any bite, except on a leaf.
The number of stick insects is very low when comparing with other insects, such as grasshoppers, which live in similar habitat. Though it seems that nothing stop the grow of the population of stick insects, walking sticks are rare. Being rare is another survival factors of stick insects. The predators cannot depend on stick insects as a constant food source and have less chance to learn how to recognize the stick insects. Being rare could…