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But that moment be passed; am ready to unleash da kittehs of deth to track down troll, chew him up then hairball him out wid da semi-chewed click-beetle.
"And now," said Master All-Wise, very soberly, "after I tell you that the children of the click-beetle are called wire-worms, and that they eat and kill the roots of plants, I want to tell you about a beetle no one of you has ever seen -- a most extraordinary beetle."
In the books it is called a click-beetle, but it is also called a skip-jack because of the somersaults it can turn.