The Madagascar hissing cockroach (Gromphadorhina portentosa) are herbivores. They live in hollow logs and scavenge amid the leaf litter and rotting wood of the forest floor for food like fallen fruit. Learn about why they are called a “hissing” cockroaches and how they make the sounds! Special thanks!
This video was made possible by R-Squared Charitable Fund at the Community Foundation of Broward and The Batchelor Foundation. About Virtual Camp Discovery: During these unprecedented times, the Museum of Discovery and Science (MODS) is committed to connecting you and your family to inspiring science. With that in mind, MODS is providing daily activities, resources, and high-quality educational content to be consumed in the comfort of your own home. These fun STEM programs range from storytime and hands-on activities to science demonstrations.