Sporting her well known yellow and black colors, we meet the Bumblebee. Despite her peaceful existence she still has all sorts of creatures after her, it's a good thing she's got that stinger to protect her, even if it doesn't really do much harm.
In I’m a Creepy Crawly, the insects invite us into their alien world, right under our feet to tell us all sorts of fun, interesting and sometimes disgusting facts about where they live, what jobs they do, how they survive in such dangerous places and how we humans have got Creepy Crawlies all wrong!
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