Thorn bug, Pico Bonito National Park, Honduras
© Mac Stone/Tandem Stills + Motio
Sometimes to be left alone, you just have to act prickly—like a thorn bug. Looking like a plant's painful parts, this sneaky insect wards off predators simply by being itself. Thorn bugs are found in the countries of Central America, such as Honduras, where this photo was taken, as well as Mexico, and parts of Florida…but only if you can spot them.
Clearly our bug buddy's just trying to hide, so we'll stop poking into its little world. On to today's quiz. But stay sharp, because it's some thorny trivia.