How Many Legs Does a Grasshopper Have?

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A grasshopper has 6 legs. It's considered an insect, and all insects have 6 legs. A grasshopper also has a pair of antennae, and two compound eyes.
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Well the only use there front legs for walking and there back leg for jumping.
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Hind legs are needed to grip the ground. Spines, which point backward, are used to hold onto surfaces. Due to the large muscle in the hind leg, the insect works the spines to take
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The last two segments of the hind legs of a grasshopper are blue-gr...
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geez, it's just a grasshopper, I'd step on it and put it out of it's misery.
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