Millipede Animal Pictures
A harmless African giant black millipede with its many legs on the hands of a human being crawling slowly while exploring its environment symbolizing complex coordination and movement of an insect
Chocolate Giant centipede (Ophistreptus guineensis) on a branch
Millipedes eat decaying plant material, leaves or flower buds, other bugs, and fungi.
African giant millipedes Archirostreptus gigas in terrarium
The Giant African Millipede is native to the African rainforest.
Giant millipede in the tropical jungle forest, Thailand
Millipedes are different from centipedes bc they feed on the dead matter rather than insects.
Millipede walking on the ground in the rainy season of Thailand.
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