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All about bugs Can you answer the questions to find out what your bug is? Click here to start
Does your bug have legs? YesNo
Does your bug have 6 legs? (insect) YesNo
Your bug is an insect! Click here to see more insects
Insects… Start again ant moth aphid beetle bumblebee butterfly Crane fly dragonfly earwig flea fly grasshopper ladybird mosquito Stick insect wasp Pond skater Cockroach Honey bee
Does your bug have 8 legs? (arachnid) YesNo
Does your bug have a 2 part body? YesNo
Your bug is a Spider! Start again
Your bug is a harvestman! Start again
Is your bug long and thin? YesNo
Does your bug have 1 pair of legs on each body segment? YesNo
Does your bug have 2 pairs of legs on each body segment? Yes
Your bug is a centipede! Start again
Your bug is a millipede! Start again
Your bug is a woodlouse! (crustacean) Start again
Does your bug have antennae? YesNo
Does your bug have a shell? YesNo
Your bug is a snail! (mollusc) Start again
Your bug is a slug! (mollusc) Start again
Your bug is a worm! (annelid) Start again
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