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Animal biology

Insect

 

Morphology of a flying insect: vertebrate animal with segmented bodies, usually winged, that undergo metamorphosis.
Compound eye: one of two complex organs of sigh.
Antenna: one of two organs of touch of an insect.
Head: foremost part of an insect.
Fore leg: one of two front limb.
Thorax: central part of an insect.
Middle leg: one of two middle limbs of an insect.
Hind leg: one of two rear limbs.
Abdomen: rear part of an insect.
Hind wing: one of two rear appendages used for flying.
Fore wing: one of two front appendages used for flying.




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