Are Dragonflies Dangerous to People?

Are Dragonflies Dangerous To Humans?

Dragonflies. You see them buzzing around all summer throughout most of the world; maybe you’ve even seen them hunting other insects. They can look pretty intimidating, so this may have caused you to wonder: are dragonflies dangerous to humans? Do they behave aggressively toward people? Do they bite or sting? Keep reading as we explore … Read more

How to Tell if a Dragonfly is Dying

How To Help A Dragonfly With A Broken Wing?

Dragonflies are incredible flying insects, but they may be badly crippled, if not mortally injured, if one of their wings becomes broken. If you find an injured dragonfly, is there anything you can do for it? Is it possible to nurse it back to health? Read on as we discuss how to help a dragonfly … Read more

Can a Dragonfly Fly With a Broken Wing

How To Hold A Dragonfly {Videos Inside}

Have you ever wondered how to hold a dragonfly? There are actually a couple of different ways you can do it. Keep reading to learn about the best ways to catch, pick up, and hold dragonflies, as well as helpful information on what to do if a dragonfly lands on you or bites you.  How … Read more

How Fast is a Dragonfly

How Fast Can A Dragonfly Fly?

You’ve probably seen a dragonfly go speeding past you at least once in your life. Perhaps you were lucky enough to see one chasing down its prey or escaping from a larger predator, and if so, you were probably impressed by its speed and flying ability. So, just how fast can a dragonfly fly? How … Read more

What Do Dragonflies Eat

What Does A Dragonfly Eat?

If you’ve ever seen a dragonfly buzzing by, you may have wondered about its meal habits. What does a dragonfly eat, and how does it hunt? And did you know a dragonfly’s larvae is also an expert hunter? Keep reading to find out more about these incredible predators of the insect world. What Do Dragonflies … Read more

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