Hissing Cockroaches creepy crawlers

Hissing cockroaches are loud insects.

A hiss can mean predators are near by.

Hissing cockroaches often stay under leaves and logs.

A hiss can also mean a fight. Males hiss at one another.

Female hissing cockroaches have up to 60 babies each.

The young are called nymphs.

Males also ram their heads to fight. They hit with their horns.

They come out to eat fruits and leaves

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