Where Do Arthropods Live?

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Arthropods live in most habitats. They can be found at the bottom of a cold ocean or even in a blistering hot desert.
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A study published in the 2002 edition of the Russian journal "Zoologiceskij žurnal" found a variety of arthropod life in the tundra-steppe area of Chukotka, at the
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Arthropods have adapted to life on land, at sea, and in the air.
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Many species of arthropods, principally insects but also mites, are agricultural and forest
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Pretty much all of them. It includes spiders, insects, lobsters and many other kinds of animals.
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Phylum Arthropoda
Arthropods include an incredibly diverse group of taxa such as insects, crustaceans, spiders, scorpions, and centipedes. There are far more species of arthropods than species in all other phyla combined, and the number of undescribed species in the... More >>
Other Phyla:
Arthropods can live in many different types of habitats. Arthropods can include flies, crabs, spiders, butterflies, shrimp, and bees, which can live on land, in trees, underground, and in different bodies of water. You can find more information here: http://www.factmonster.com/dk/encyclopedia/arthropods.html
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