Insects are a class of invertebrates within the arthropod phylum that have a
chitinous exoskeleton, a three-part body (head, thorax and abdomen), three pairs
of jointed legs, compound eyes and one p...
Insects belong to the largest phylum of the animal kingdom and are called
arthropods. According to the Encyclopaedia Britannica, insects are members of
All living things can be divided into two main groups: the Animal Kingdom and
the Plant Kingdom. There are many different kinds of creatures in the Animal ...
Yes they are animals. All insects are under the Kingdom Animalia. Insects are a
class under the Phylum Arthropoda. Animals are a major group of ...
Jan 26, 2013 ... The short answer is yes, bees are both insects and animals. In fact, all insects are
animals, and pretty much anything that's not a plant, fungus, ...
Insects are a type of Arthropod, which would fall under the kingdom of Animalia.
Edit: I decided to add a chart to explain better: Insects are way over ...
All insects are invertebrates! All living things are placed into groups depending
on common characteristics. The animal kingdom is informally divided into two ...
Aug 5, 2014 ... It comes down to subjective perception on part of the animal and its ability to “
suffer”. Insects are not considered capable of “unnecessary ...
Why are worms considered to be an insect and not as an animal? They (worms)
have a heart, brain, and central nervous system so shouldnt ...
It seems we decide if insects are accepted into the "wildlife art" genre largely
upon ... But zoo animals are considered wildlife, not domesticated.