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I realised after I wrote my question How large can a flying insect get and still be able to walk upside down? that it was pretty vague and the first answer confirmed that, so as I went to edit the question I realised I wanted to change it completely as I now have the weight of the creature but want to know what environmental conditions would be needed for it to walk upside down. I didn't want to change it after another answer as this would be unfair and I may get interesting answers anyways. should I edit the question completely or write another question later?

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If you have answers you should leave it and ask a new one. You shouldn't edit a question in such a way that it invalidates existing answers.

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