Spots, stripes, or wings (dependent on type)
Grubs consist of many sub-species. Depending on type, they may bear hard shells, wings, or pincers. Some grubs are distinguished by spots or stripes, or even color, as is the case with Utamu.
Most grubs live in dark spaces, such as the insides of logs or termite mounds. Some species live together in mixed groups, as is observed in Hakuna Matata. Other grubs, such as Utamu, remain with their own species and only emerge at certain times of the year. Grubs do not appear to be sentient and are seen as a source of food by other species.
Types of grubs
- Dung beetles
- Gourmetus Salavati
- Tsetse flies