It’s easy to see that HEXBUG products are heavily influenced by the animal kingdom. We showed you the the uncanny parallels between our products and their real-life counterparts in Real VS. Robotic: The Animals Behind the Toys, but that was only the beginning. Now, we’re proud to bring you nine brand-new comparisons that continue to showcase more amazing similarities. It’s our goal that through hands-on play kids can discover the many marvels of these critters within the comfort of their homes. Check out how our micro-robotic creatures mimic actual animals below, and leave a comment letting us know which one is your favorite!
There are 28 plus different species of clownfish. These fish commonly are found near anemones, which are toxic to many sea creatures – but not clownfish. By touching their bodies to parts of anemone’s tentacles they build up a layer of mucus, which protects them.
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These insects have been around for 300 million years! Dragonflies are some of the fastest insects in the world, flying at speeds over 30 mph.
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Ready to be surprised? Fireflies are a type of beetle! In their youth these bugs are carnivorous. Once a firefly is fully grown; it feeds on nectar, pollen, or sometimes they don’t eat anything at all!
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Great White Shark
A singular full-grown Great White Shark can weigh 1,500-2,400 pounds, which is nearly one ton! The heaviest Great White Shark ever documented was 7,328 pounds!
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Green June Beetle
There is one generation of June Beetle a year. The hatching process begins in May and the bugs are most commonly found in June-August. They usually live until early October.
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Bumblebees don’t die after they sting you, that’s just true of Honey Bees. In actuality, male bumblebees don’t have a stinger at all! Females do, but they aren’t considered to be very aggressive.
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Mice are the world’s cutest escape artists. An average mouse can scurry, swim and jump incredibly high. On top of those feats, they can fit through a hole the size of a dime. Good luck catching one of these little guys!
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You can find scorpions on six out of seven continents and in very extreme conditions. Thriving in tough environments is their specialty, requiring barely any oxygen and as little as one insect a year to sustain life.
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“Molting” is the process where a tarantula sheds its external skeleton. During this transition, these nocturnal hunters can re-grow lost limbs such as legs!
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