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Correct! This is a grasshopper.

There are 11,000 known species of grasshopper on Earth. These bugs live in grassy areas such as fields, meadows, forests, and woodlands. Like all insects, all species of grasshoppers have a three-part body that is made up of the grasshopper’s head, it’s thorax, and the abdomen. Grasshoppers can be a nuisance to your garden as they like to eat plants in the grass family such as corn, wheat, barley and alfalfa.