Where Do Dragonflies Live?

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Dragonflies prefer places that are close to ponds, swamps, lakes, pools of rivers, slow streams and any slow moving water area. Most like fresh water, but one species breeds in brackish or salt water. Some species can also be found in desert regions near pools of water.
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Dragonflies are always found near water. The beginning of their lives begins in water as larvae. You will find them near lakes and streams. Since they have a life cycle of only a
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they like to live near water but they don't like living near fast moving water in case the winds make the water faster and it could make them drown
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Happy Gilmore depicts this very well. Gophers tend to live where there is a lot of green grass and fresh soil for them to destruct with their fierce attitude.
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Dragonflies live near lakes, rivers, ponds, streams, marshes and other bodies of fresh water around the world.
Dragonflies usually live near water (ponds, lakes, canals, streams, swamps and rivers). They are good fliers, though, so are known to fly away to other places.
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