Do Insects Have Hearts?


Insects do have hearts but theirs are very different from human hearts. They normally have an open circulatory system and their blood normally circulates freely throughout the body. Generally, an insect's blood is referred to as a hemolymph.
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Insects have circulatory systems that pump hemolymph through their body, and which are regulated by a combined aorta and heart organ that runs the length of the insect.
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worms a they have mored than one heart too.
They are really small. The insect heart is a simple tube running along their backs.
All insects have hearts. Insects have a pumping tube shaped heart to help move their blood around.
So that the blood flows directly to head and from there, it can be transported to the appendages and other body parts in tubes. Source(s)
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