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It's what's on the outside that counts! Well, for insects anyways...



This is Frank, one of our giant Madagascan hissing cockroaches! They are harmless creatures, just wanting to spend their days rummaging through the forest floor feeding on bits of rotten fruit and veg.


Cockroaches, like all insects, have an exoskeleton. This means the stiff hard bits of their body are on the outside and the soft squishy bits are on the inside! This also means that their skeleton can’t grow with them, so they have to shed it every time they grow!  They’ll shed their skin about 6 times before they’re adults.

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