Range and habitat: Found in Malaysian tropical forests.
Natural diet: Plant leaves of various types. In captivity, they feed on oak and bramble leaves.
Size / weight range: Five to possibly seven inches long.
Interesting Fact: Males are very rarely seen. Females are able to reproduce through parthenogenesis, where they can lay fertile eggs without a male. Their camouflage is one of the best systems in nature – not only does their body have leaf “veins”, some of them develop brown edges that mimic a damaged real leaf.
Common in some tropical forest areas, not endangered.
Location at The Toledo Zoo: The Crawlspace exhibit, located in the Museum of Science