An arthropod is an animal that has an exoskeleton.
Specifically, an arthropod is recognizable by its external skeleton, jointed legs and segmented body. Examples include crustaceans and insects. The larger-sized external skeleton of mollusks tends to be called a shell.
An animal (insect) with an exoskeleton still grows under its exoskeleton like any other animal (insect). The exoskeleton is like a suit of armor, when the animal (insect) grows to big to fit inside its exoskeleton it sheds it, and a newer exoskeleton will grow to fit the animal (insect).
An exoskeleton animal is an animal that has a skeleton that's outside the body.
I think an ant has a exoskeleton.
having an exoskeleton affect how an animal grows because the exoskeleton does not grow as the animal grows so the animal must shed or molt its exoskeleton.
any mammal has an internal skeleton but bugs have an exoskeleton
Jellyfish would be an example.
If an animal with an exoskeleton was to fall from a height, the exoskeleton would break as it has no fleshy protection.
A exoskeleton is a skeleton that is on the outside of an animal (not showing tho).
No, The animal sheds out of the exoskeleton.
yes cockroach is an exoskeleton animal and the skeleton is made up of chitin and calcium carbonate
An exoskeleton is a skeleton formed outside the body. Like the shell of an animal.
What types of animal HAS an exoskeleton? Here are a few: (insects are animals.) *Beetle *Ant *Crab *Fly
Any animal with an exoskeleton
No, a turtle is not an exoskeleton it's an animal or more specifically, a reptile.A turtle doesn't have an exoskeleton but a shell that is extended from its ribcage.
If an animal is exoskeleton, it has a skeleton outside its body, like a crab. If an animal is indoskeleton, it has a normal skeleton, with a backbone.
An exoskeleton is a skull that is out side of a animal.
that would be a exoskeleton. A exoskeleton is an external skeleton that supports and protects an animal's body
It protects the animal and gives it support.
it keeps animals protected
The discarded outer covering of an animal.