All insects have exoskeletons, that is one of the charateristics
that make them inescts:
bees, ants, locusts, beetles etc.
There are many different examples of insects and animals with an exoskeleton. Like ants, bees, and snails.
Insects, spiders, crustaceans, and anything with an exoskeleton.
All insects have an exoskeleton.
Most insects have an exoskeleton.
Phylum arthropoda are also called jointed legged animals. They have exoskeleton and segmentations. Some good examples are crustaceans, insects and arachnids. Examples of crustaceans are crabs, crayfish, and lobster.
Insects do have exoskeleton! Exoskeleton is an external skeleton that supports and protects an animal's body so they do need it and they do have it but I am not sure if all insects have exoskeletons
They are insects, therefore they have an exoskeleton. They are invertebrates, they do NOT have backbones. Bees are insects and they have an exoskeleton
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Yes all insects have an exoskeleton.
All insects have an exoskeleton, as it is one of the defining characteristics of almost all arthropods, and seeing as insects are arthropods, you can bet that all insects DO have exoskeletons.
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Insects do not have skin, but they have an exoskeleton. An exoskeleton is a hard outer covering that protects their organs and bodies.
Grasshoppers, like all other insects, have an exoskeleton.
No, The animal sheds out of the exoskeleton.
Yes, like all insects bees have an exoskeleton.