Baby praying mantises eat prey that is similar to those eaten by adult praying mantises, including insects and other invertebrates. However, because the hatchlings are much smaller than the adults are, they must concentr... More »

A praying mantis can be kept as a pet and is considered an easy pet to care for, especially for beginners, according to KeepingInsects.com There are over 2,000 praying mantis species and many, such as the African praying... More »

Praying mantis species are carnivorous and primarily feed on other insects, such as butterflies, moths, grasshoppers and crickets. However, adult mantids aren't picky and eat rodents, birds, reptiles, frogs and much more... More »

Praying mantises eat insects. They are so good at it they are often released by farmers and gardeners as a form of organic pest control. More »

There are no federal laws that make it illegal to kill a praying mantis, but there are some states or counties that impose fines for killing these insects. While it may not be completely illegal, it is not a good idea be... More »

According to Encyclopædia Britannica, praying mantises feed exclusively on insects, and they are harmless to humans. No known venomous species of mantis exists. Although their appearance may be frightening, mantises are ... More »

Baby swallows typically eat insects that the adult swallows feed them. Swallows are insectivores but also eat berries and seeds off the ground. More »