New Arrivals in the Infant Classroom

Posted on 03/08/2011 by lizzie

The eggs that the Infant Class’s Indian Stick Insects laid have finally hatched, bringing the life-cycle full-circle.

Four nymphs (babies) hatched on Monday night and a further two last night.  They are under a centimetre in length and weigh so little that they cannot be felt when held.

We are hopeful that more will hatch during term-time so that the Infants can continue their studies.