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What are the characteristics of Arthropod?

Arthropods are invertebrates, meaning they don't have a back bone but instead have a hard exoskeleton they also have a segmented body: head thorax then abdomen and jointed lim (MORE)

Why are crayfish arthropods?

A crayfish is an animal, it has an exoskeleton and no backbone, its body is segmented, and it has jointed appendages.
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What are the characteristics of arthropods?

The Characteristics of Arthropods are : 1) Segmented body plan 2) Exoskeleton composed of chitin 3) Paired jointed appendages on variable number of segments 4) Dorsal heart w (MORE)

What animals are arthropods?

Some of the animals that are arthropods are lobsters, spiders, insects, millepedes, centipedes, jellyfishes, snails, worms, and sea sponges. Lobsters crabs scorpions...
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What are three arthropods?

Fact is, arthropods make up the largest animal group on earth. Crabs, scorpions, crayfish, dragonflies, arachnids, krill, shrimp are just a very few arthropods. Any animal w (MORE)

Are arthropods reptiles?

No. All arthopods belong to the phylum Arthropoda, while all reptiles (along with other vertebrates) belong to the phylum Chordata
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What is not an arthropod?

By definition an arthropod is an invertebrate animal having an  exoskeleton, a segmented body, and jointed appendages. Any animal  that does not fall into this description, (MORE)

Why do arthropods have antennae?

Arthropods have antennae to perform sensory functions; humidity,  touch, the chemical sense of taste and smell, and sometimes other  functions. In some ants, they are used t (MORE)

Do arthropods have a spine?

No, organisms with an internal skeleton and backbone or spine like  mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, will be vertebrates, not  arthropods. Arthropods have their skeleto (MORE)