Q. Which one of the following statements is correct about Walking Leaves?
Explanation – Walking leaves are part of the phasmatodea order. They are also referred to as “phasmids” or “stick and leaf insects.” They are known for their unusual appearance as they look confusingly similar to parts of plants such as twigs, bark or in the case of leaf insects as leaves. They feed on plants and typically inhabit densely vegetated areas.