Animals with exoskeletons are invertebrates.
lobsters, crabs, millipede's, spiders, and turtles are some examples of animals that have exoskeletons.
Some underwater animals, such as crabs, have exoskeletons. Insects may also have exoskeletons, such as ants.
Animals in the phylum Arthropoda such as shrimp, beetles, grasshoppers derive their support from exoskeletons.
Animals with exoskeletons have tow or more pieces that move the parts by means of muscles. The muscles attach to the inner surface.
There are animals that have exoskeletons, which means they don't have actual bones. It means they have a very hard skin on their back. Bugs are animals that exoskeletons.
I'm assuming you mean "what animals HAVE exoskeletons". The answer: Arthropods.
Their skeletons tend to be on the outside
Dragonflies have exoskeletons and therefore do not retain any bone type structuring such as those animals with endoskeletons.
Hydrostatic, Exoskeletons, and Endoskeletons
All of the ones except for the ones that have exoskeletons.
animals do not have exoskeletons they have an inerskeleton like us. they are mammals.
As a rule, all mammals have skeletons on the inside. All insects have exoskeletons ( skeletons on the outside). exoskeletons (
In fact, it is directly opposite. The organisms with the exoskeletons tend to be smaller than those without. For example, a cow is an animal without an exoskeleton, yet it is larger than any exoskeleton based organisms.
Crustaceans such as Lobsters and Crabs have exoskeletons. Check out the "Yeti Crab" sometime when you have time: It was only discovered in March of 2005 and it does look unusually strange.
They shed their exoskeleton, and grow a new (larger) one.
Toads are vertebrates, which are animals having backbones. Arthropods are invertebrate animals having exoskeletons and no backbones.
All animals don't have an exoskeleton because only invertebrates have them. Vertebrates have endoskeletons.
In animals with endoskeletons, muscles surround the skeleton. In animals with exoskeletons,the skeleton surrounds the muscles.
That'd be insects
All animals with exoskeletons, including crabs, molt.
All insects and arachnids (spiders) have exoskeletons.