Greta appears to be a grasshopper, but when I googled images of grasshoppers, I couldn’t find one that looked like her. Anyway, she looks like a bug to me (or maybe an alien). And she looks a little sad… I wonder, do grasshoppers get depressed? As always, the internet has the answer:
Do grasshoppers sometimes get depression?
Best Answer: Research shows that insects may in fact get depression, and other types of dysfunctional mood patterns. You know their brains function “normally” because of experiments where they are given coffee, marijuana, cocaine, and sugar to see how they react. Spiders made completely different web styles because of how they were feeling so different, and made them spin out of control. Worms dug their way around the soil backwards, and species of flies kept flying out of control. So it is very possible, but there isn’t another evidence to support this yet.
Grasshoppers are a type of insect with long hind legs that can leap high into the air and fly. When you look at one of these strange bugs, you might find yourself asking, “What do grasshoppers eat?” It may not be readily apparent, as grasshoppers have a set of fierce-looking mandibles, or teeth, on the exterior of their faces, but grasshoppers are actually strict herbivores…
(Photo taken 10/18/2014.)