The weta is an endemic insect of New Zealand.

A Weta has spiny legs, strong tusks, hairy legs and little eyes. They have six legs and they can grab on to you.

Weta are usually found in wetlands, logs,
bush and Weta houses

They eat leaves, insects, plants, flies, butterflies, cockroaches
grass, carrots and spiders

Once they mate the female Weta lays 300 eggs in Summer and in
Autumn they hatch.

I like Weta because they kill flies and some other bugs that you don’t like.