Dragonflies (Odonata) are predatory insects.
They are relatively large with elongated body, highly mobile head, large face eyes and two pairs of transparent wings.
Dragonflies are found on all continents except Antarctica.
The larvae of the dragonflies live in stagnant or flowing water basins.
Adult insects live shorter and their primary purpose is reproduction.
So they meet near the habitats of the larvae where they lay their eggs – along rivers and streams, lakes and swamps.