The Danish Mayfly is the Insect of the Year for 2021! Why?
Mayflies lay their eggs on water. Eggs sink into the mud. Larvae hatch. One to three years go by. The insects float to the top. Then off they fly.
Read More: God allows this delicate-looking insect to take one to three years to develop in the mud under water. Then He causes a thin layer of air to form between the old and new skin of an adult larva. The air bubble causes the creature to rise to the water’s surface. The outer skin bursts. A mayfly hatches. It flies off, finds a mate, lays eggs, and dies. The Apostle Peter reminds us that time on Earth for every creature is short. Read 1 Peter 1:24-25.