What Is a Mantis?

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A Mantis is a front legged predator insect with a bent and held together position. It rests at a position that resembles a praying person. A mantis can either be green or brown and can camouflage the colour of plants.
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man·tis
[man-tis]
NOUN [PLURAL MAN·TIS·ES, MAN·TES]
1.
any of several predaceous insects of the order Mantidae, having a long prothorax and typically holding the forelegs in an upraised position as if in prayer.
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