Be prepared to be extremely creeped out.
For example, though it's only four tenths of an inch long, it can jump up to 50 times its body length. This skill is due to its long, powerful hind legs.
A video has even surfaced of the creepy crawler in action (watch below).
Found just outside of Capetown in Table Mountain National Park, the so-called leaproach thrives in grasslands and feeds on grasshopper excrement.
The discovery is especially noteworthy because, according to National Geographic, the last existing jumping cockroach lived in prehistoric times.
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