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My answer is: Cockroaches can live without their heads for a long time before they starve to death. Like other animals they do not bleed to death after beingdecapitated, their necks gets sealed by clotting. Cockroaches do not need their brain to...Read More

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Many people do not know the difference between a wasp and hornet. This is because they look alike and are very similar in appearance. Hornets are the largest of eusocial wasps. Hornets are not as aggressive as wasps. The sting of a hornet can be fatal to humans. Hornets are thicker, and t...Read More

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With 3,500 species of mosquito, , one would trust that they would all be on the chase for human blood. Shockingly, there are just a hundred couple of species that nibble or are of any sort of threat to people. As it were, out of the couple of hundred species, there are a chosen few that spread...Read More

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Ants are eusocial insects of the family Formicidae and, alongside the related wasps and honey bees, have a place with the request Hymenoptera. Ants advanced from wasp-like predecessors in the Cretaceous period, around 140 million years back, and differentiated after the rise of blooming plants....Read More

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Bees are insects and are known for making honey. Several people have become beekeepers and bee farmers throughout the world. Since honey is needed for several recipes, these bee farmers make hundreds of thousands of dollars with their large trove of bees. Not all bees produce honey though. Some...Read More

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Mealworms are the brown worm-like larvae of darkling beetles. They are the second of four stages of life and exist to eat and grow until they have enough energy stored to begin transformation into pupae and then beetles. Mealworms can be found throughout most of the world where they prefer...Read More

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Insects have six legs on their bodies. However, each insect’s legs are not the same. There are several different kinds of legs. The cursorial leg is the most common leg. It is used for swift movement. This leg allows the insect to run fast. Cockroaches have this type of leg. The...Read More

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Bed bug is a flat oval shaped insect. They are mostly brown in color. Adult bed bug is about 4 - 5mm long. They have 6 legs and 2 antennas. Bed bug is wingless but the vestiges of wings called wingpad but this does not develop into functional wings. So a bed bug cannot fly. They are about four...Read More

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Holometabolous insects undergo complete metamorphosis
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The beetle among the following animals is an insect. Beetles are a group of insects that form the order Coleoptera, in the superorder Endopterygota. Their front pair of wings is hardened into wing-cases, elytra, distinguishing them from most other insects. The Coleoptera, with about 400,0...Read More

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