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Can you name the Arthropods?

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__________ have a combined head and thorax called a cephalothorax
How many antennae arachnids have
How many legs an arachnid has
An exoskeleton is _________ which allows them to live in dry places.
Third insect body part
How many pairs of legs per segment a millipede has
A grasshopper has simple eyes called occeli and _________ eyes to help them see a wider field
Ticks, Scorpions, and Spiders are________
What is it called when an arthropods sheds its exoskeleton?
How many legs a crustacean has
Crabs, Lobsters, and Crayfish are ______
The thickest part of your legs and a grasshopper's leg is called it's ________
How many antennae insects have
How many legs an insect has
Ants, Caterpillars, and bees are ________
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Crustaceans have ______ or three body parts
How many antennae crustaceans have
The middle part of a grasshopper's leg is called it's ________
Arachnids have this many body parts
What is the hard outer shell called of arthropods?
Arthropods have ________ symmetry
Arthropods have ______ appendages
Second insect body part
How many pairs of legs per segment a centipede has
The 'foot' part a grasshopper's leg is called it's ________
Centipedes and Millipeds have many segements but only ______ body parts
Arthropods are _____ blooded
First insect body part
How many antennae millipedes have
A grasshopper breathes through it's ___________ which are on it's abdomen

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