A fly has six legs when it is an adult, but no legs when it is a larva
A fly has three (3) pairs of legs, or six legs in total
Six legs on all flies.
it does has 6!
A butterfly has six legs
Insects, including flies, have six (6) legs.
Six (6) is the number of legs that a fly (order Diptera) has.Specifically, a fly is a member of the insect class. All insects have three pairs of jointed legs. The front pair of legs serve as antennae.
A praying mantis has six legs and they also fly and can jump.
Every bird that can fly ahs wings to fly and legs to walk, all birds are born with legs.
A fly has 6 legs, so 6 x 327 = 1962.
Q:What has 6 legs can't walk but can fly? A: A dragon fly Why: because it is an insect that has 6 legs, it literally cant walk, and it can fly
Presumably, it is using its other six legs to stand.
A horse fly has approximately 6 legs on their body. Horse flies are larger than other species of flies.
The house fly (Musca domestica) is an insect and like all insects has three pairs of legs, for a total of 6 legs (unless some evil child catches it and starts pulling them off).
um probably six lol
None. Flies have legs. Six legs to be percise. And two wings. Two antannae. One probiscus.
No it does not have six legs