Let’s Talk About Insects!

Learn about insects with this interactive Flash slideshow that will give you a better understanding of the animals that make up more than all the living things in the world.
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Spring is finally here, and the bugs are coming out. They are not all pesky. Learn about insects with this interactive Flash slideshow that will give you a better understanding of this immense group of animals. One fun fact is that there are about ten quintillion insects alive at any one time. Learn to tell the difference between insects and other arthropods, and find out the three body parts all insects have. By the end of the slide show, you’ll learn about the jobs insects do and all the ways they are beneficial to the environment.

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