Are Praying Mantis Harmful to Humans?


The praying mantis belongs to kingdom Animalia under class Insecta from the order Mantodea. It is found in temperate and tropical habitats with approximately 2,200 species in 15 families worldwide. They are not harmful to humans. People find them beneficial because they eat the insects that are harmful to the plants.
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when i saw the time someone got bite by a praying mantis the post said it actually pinched him but it also said it hurt.
There is a very common myth that killing a mantis is illegal. But that is completely untrue. The praying mantis is, however, a very helpful thing to have on one's yard, being an obligate
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No, in general praying mantis is not harmful to humans. Their bites are often less irritation than a bite from an ant.
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