What Is the Difference between Bugs and Insects?

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The differences between a bug and an insect is that a bug is a type of insect, while an insect is a small animal with six legs and one or two pairs of wings. Examples of bugs are the milkweed bug, the stink bug and the assassin bug. Most bugs have straw-like shaped mouth.
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The designation of bug is a very general name for any small thing without a backbone that crawls or flies. This can include spiders, insects, centipedes and scorpions just to name
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"Bugs" are a specific order of insects. So all bugs are insect, but not all insects are bugs.
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Bugs have 8 legs and insects have 6 legs. Thank
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A bug is an insect or similar organism, such as a centipede while insect any of various similar arthropod animals, such as spiders.
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