Is a woodlouse an insect? | Natural History Museum

Is a woodlouse an insect? | Natural History Museum

21/10/2019 6 By wildfeed



Woodlice are a familiar sight, often found in areas such as under rotting wood and leaves.
But why are these little roly polies so fond of damp places?
Find out about the woodlouse’s enormous water-dwelling cousin: https://www.nhm.ac.uk/discover/giant-isopods-curious-crustaceans-on-the-ocean-floor.html

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