Centipede

Centipede

Centipedes are found under stones and in the soil. Their name means '100 legs' but most have less. The common centipede has 30 (15 pairs) of legs and is a fast crawler.

Centipedes feed on: slugs, earthworms, beetles and other minibeasts
Centipedes are food for: small mammals, birds, badgers

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