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You may have already heard of the Tumbleweed Bug. It evolved in southern New Mexico, biologists theorize, from a single deformed offspring of the Walking Stick Bug, whose mutated extra stick bits somehow attracted a female. From there it became all the rage (over millennia) to have more and more stick bits on the body, until finally the bug became too stick-y to walk - a state of being to which it brilliantly adapted by acquiring the skill of rolling with the wind.