How Do Dragonflies Protect Themselves?

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The Dragonfly has several protectors such as their ability to see all around themselves. Other methods of protection is their very fast take off, powerful bites as well as blending with their surroundings.
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Dragonflies rely on their speed and agility to avoid or escape from predators.
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