Medvedka

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2023-07-18 Snargl 0 minute 0 second

Where does the Medvedka live?

The Medvedka is a large insect that belongs to the family of Gryllotalpidae, which is native to Europe, North Africa, and western Asia.
It lives mainly underground, digging tunnels and chambers with its powerful front legs, which are adapted for burrowing.
The Medvedka prefers sandy, sunny soils, and avoids dry places.

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What does the Medvedka look like?

The Medvedka can refer to different things depending on the context.
It can be:
  • A family of large burrowing insects of the order Orthoptera, also known as mole crickets.
    They have a dark brown body, a flat head, short antennae, and modified front legs for digging.
    They can grow up to 8 cm long and are found worldwide.
    They feed on plant roots, tubers, worms, and other insects.
    Some species can produce loud chirping sounds by rubbing their front wings together.

  • An urban-type settlement in Gornozavodsky District of Perm Krai, Russia.
    It has a population of 370 people as of 2010.
    It was founded in 1946 as a site of diamond mining and became an urban-type settlement in 1952.

  • A rural locality in several regions of Russia, such as Arkhangelsk Oblast, Yaroslavl Oblast, and Orenburg Oblast.

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