Creepy-Crawlies

Bumble Bee, Spider, Ladybird, and Cockchafer

The term "insect" is derived from the Latin "insectum" = "notched" which refers to the tripartite body of insects. More than 60% of all animals are insects. It is estimated that there is a diversity of more than 1,000,000 species worldwide. Except for oceans insects live everywhere. "Creepy Crawly", however, is not a zoological term and is commonly used for small animals crawling or creeping, e.g. spiders and beetles. Hence, an insect can as well be a creepy-crawly.

  • Mexican Redknee Tarantula "Aggi"
    Manufacturer Kösen, size 22 cm (~8.7"), verious brown colours
    Item #: Kö-F4151
  • Tarantula "Therese"
    Manufacturer Kösen, size 22 cm, brown
    Item #: Kö-F4150
  • Roman Snail "Wally"
    Manufacturer Kösen, length 19 cm, off-white, shell in brown with stitchery
    Item #: Kö-F6770
  • Cockchafer "Kalle"
    Manufacturer Kösen, size 14 cm (~ 5.5"), brown with white and black
    Item #: Kö-F4930
  • Ladybird "Two-Dot"
    Manufacturer Kösen, size 8 cm (~3.3"), red
    Item #: Kö-F6870
  • Ladybird
    Manufacturer Kösen, size 8 cm (~3.3"), red
    Item #: Kö-F2911
  • Bumblebee "Linchen"
    Manufacturer Kösen, size 12 cm (~ 4.8"), black/yellow
    Item #: Kö-F4910
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