The Gray’s Leaf Insect (Pulchriphyllium Bioculatum) is a leaf insect of the family Phyllidae native to tropical Asia as well as Madagascar, Mauritius, and Seychelles. It was first described by George Robert Gray in 1832, which was his first phasmid he discovered, according to Wikipedia.
Leaf insects have extremely flattened, irregularly shaped bodies, wings, and legs. They are about 2-4 inches long. They get their names from how their bodies are shaped.
The Gray Leaf Insects are found mainly in tropical areas and rainforests where adequate quantities of vegetation are available for consumption.