The voro locust is a large insect measuring between four and six inches in length and are a type of grasshopper.
The diet of the voro locust consists primarily of shrubs, but will eat nearly anything they can obtain.
Voro locusts live in small colonies of twenty to thirty members. However, on occasion, they will swarm to more than ten thousand. When this happens, the voro locusts can be very destructive and decimate crops and large sections of forests.
They typically live for three to five years.
The voro locust females lay between twenty and eighty eggs once per year. The males use the colorful spots on their wings to attract females. Frequently, males will fight other males over territory. Once the males attract a female, he fertilizes the eggs and then both the male and female move on.