Glow Worms (New Zealand)
Above photo by Timo Newton-Syms
Today my seven-year-old daughter, Elisa, is a guest blogger. On our recent trip to New Zealand this spring, her favorite activity was visiting the country’s caves and observing the glow worms. Here’s what she has to say about them.
Have you ever seen glow worms? I have! I went to see glow worms in New Zealand with my family. Some of the glow worms were brighter than others. That means they were hungry. A glow worm’s nest is like strings hanging down. Glow worms live in caves. They like it when it is wet. They glow to attract bugs. They trap the bugs in their nests sort of like what a spider does.
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