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Fancy fantasy boxes, which include 3D elephants blowing flowers out of their trunks and wide-winged ladybugs, are extra.
Kids should wear red and pink and come dressed as a ladybug for the Ladybug Costume Contest.
Just the mere thought of insects (aside from cute little ladybugs, the only exception) sends shivers down my spine and elicits that uneasy feeling most people experience when coming into contact with creepy crawlers.
Lovely Ladybugs View hundreds of ladybugs up close.
The farm does deliberately bring in a few types of insects that are beneficial for plants, like ladybugs.
And as Sarah Knapton at The Telegraph reports, researchers have long puzzled over how ladybugs can fold their wings up so tightly.
At this celebration at Wave Hill, the Bronx public garden, children can join a family art project (until 1 p.m.) to make colorful ladybug backpacks and then wear them for a spot count and a slow-beetle parade.
Those who attend will be able to paint ladybugs and mandalas.
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