I haven't seen this discussed elsewhere, but if it has been please let me know. Do any zoos display captive dragonflies? They are large, attractive insects, with interesting behaviours and are very active, so should make a good display. However, they are predatory, so would need live food sources. Obviously wild dragonflies could be found at some zoos, and some encourage them for a wild exhibit, but are any truly captive? I presume they are captive bred for specimens, but can anyone confirm this? I'd like to know how long they live as well.