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Glow-worm "fishing lines". Did you know that a glow-worm is actually the larva stage of a tiny mosquito like fly? They produce these mucous snare threads to catch their prey; midges, moths or mosquitos for example. Once they've made a catch, they pull them up within seconds for dinner! If food is scarce, the glow-worms will turn to cannibalism. Lets hope they choose their neighbours well! (T9)

Glow-worm "fishing lines". Did you know that a glow-worm is actually the larva stage of a tiny mosquito like fly? They produce these mucous snare threads to catch their prey; midges, moths or mosquitos for example. Once they've made a catch, they pull them up within seconds for dinner! If food is scarce, the glow-worms will turn to cannibalism. Lets hope they choose their neighbours well! (T9)

Andre the "Star Man" Springbrook Observatory Star gazing at Springbrook Observatory. Part or our Evening Glow worms and Opt Dinner Tour. (T9)

Andre the "Star Man" Springbrook Observatory Star gazing at Springbrook Observatory. Part or our Evening Glow worms and Opt Dinner Tour.

Glow Worms

The Glow worm Caves is a cave at Waitomo on the North Island of New Zealand, known for its population of glowworms, Arachnocampa luminosa. These glowworms are found exclusively in New Zealand and are around the size of an average mosquito

Tawny Frogmouths. A mysterious nocturnal bird. Regulary mistaken for an Owl, they are part of the Night Jar family. Interestingly, they are seldom spotted by day even though they almost always sleep at the base or in low level branches of trees. Their excellent camouflage matches our Australian Eucalypt trees safeguarding them against would be predators. #thingstodogoldcoast #scenicdaytours #goldcoastdaytours

juvenile tawny frogmouths (Podargus strigoides) - often mistaken for owls due to their nocturnal habits and similar coloring.

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