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Insects Octavio’s Book Insects
Insects are Invertebrates, their body is encased in a tough shell
The ant and the house fly are insects
Insects body is made of three parts: head, thorax and abdomen
The praying mantis and the cicada are insects
All insects have six legs and a pair of antennae
The earwig and the cricket are insects
Insects legs are attached to the thorax and are made of…
small s egments and flexible joints
The flea and the bedbug are insects
Most insects start life as eggs and have many changes…
called (metamorphosis) into the adult form
The butterfly has a interesting metamorphosis
Many insects have two pairs of wings and can fly
The damselfly and the hornet are insects that fly.
The smallest insects are the fairy flies (just 8/1000 inch long)
The heaviest insect is the African goliath beetle (100 g)
Many insects are pests and cause a lot of damage and carry dangerous diseases
The mosquito and the termite are dangerous insects
But there are some very useful insects
The bee and the ladybird are useful insects
Other insects are:
The cockroach and the grasshopper
The moth and the dragonfly
The leaf insect and the stick insect
and many more…
there are over 1,000,000 kind of insects
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