A grasshopper eating leaves.
Who as at most risk? your garden is at risk. They make holes in the tissue of the plant as well as leaves.
they are usually found in areas with lots of grass and open areas, some thrive in jungles and forests.
ways to defend your garden from grasshoppers: insecticides. or attract beneficial insects like robber flies who attack grasshoppers.
Attacks: organism if attacks are cotton, clovers, oats, wheat, corn, alfalfa, rye, and, barley, grasses, and some eat toxic plants and store the toxins in their bodies to scare predators.
How they move: they use strong hind legs to leap into air, also able to use wings to fly away.
Labeled diagram of a grasshopper.