All insects have an outer shell called the exoskeleton.
Some seeds have an outer covering which makes it hard for insects and animals to get into. Sunflower seeds have a hard outer shell to protect itself from predators.
The answer is stick insect.
There are not any adult moths that have a hard outer shell. However, a pupa from the Gypsy Moth do have a hard outer shell for protection until it hits adulthood.
An egg with an outer hard shell is called the cuticle or bloom. It helps keep out bacteria and dust.
yes they do
No, their hard shell gives them stability instead.
no..... slugs are mollusks and they don't have a shell
A tiny, green and black, insect with a hard shell is most likely a beetle. There are an estimated 28,000 species of beetles in North America.
No insect have bones. They have a hard outer covering, but no bones.
A hard outer covering protects an insect's soft body and gives the insect its shape.
The nautilus is a predatory mollusk with a hard outer shell. It is not only a predator, but also a scavenger.
No, the have a hard outer shell.
Mollusk are a hard outer shell.
No they have a hard outer shell but no spine.
The Answer would be invertebrate : ) ... !
Yes, cockroaches do have a hard outer shell to protect their abdomen. The shell itself is made of a material called chitin.