|Geographical Range||Vietnam (in southeastern Asia)|
|Scientific Name||Baculum extradentatum|
|Conservation Status||Not listed by IUCN|
Even if you stare straight at it, this insect is hard to find in a tree or bush. That's because it looks just like the twig it's sitting on. Walkingsticks hide so well that the Latin name for their order -- Phasmatodea -- means "ghost." Young Vietnamese walkingsticks can re-grow missing limbs when they molt, but adults cannot.