Animal Anatomy

Can you name the animal body parts based on their descriptions?

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Segmented sensory appendages on an insect's head
Bone structures grown from deer skulls which are shed & regrown each year
External support structure or shell for insects or crustaceans
Long, pointed tooth used for biting flesh, as in snakes
Appendage used by fish and marine mammals for propulsion and steering
Respiratory organ in fish and other aquatic animals, also called 'branchia'
Organ that grinds ingested food, found in birds, crocodiles, earthworms, and others
Keratin covered foot of ungulate mammals
Region of longer neck hair on a horse or lion
A marsupial's child-rearing pocket
Needle-like defensive structure on porcupines, urchins, and others
Fleshy facial protrusion, as on a pig or tapir
The claw of a bird of prey
Flexible appendages of a squid, longer than its eight arms
The middle of three insect body sections
An elephant's elongated facial appendage
Elongated, protruding front tooth, as in a walrus, elephant, or narwhal
Milk producing organ of a cow or goat
The loose skin that hangs from a turkey's neck
Appendage that produces aerial lift, as in birds, insects, and bats
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