Yes, even tiny insects have brains, though the insect brain doesn't play as
important a role as human brains do. In fact, an insect can live for several days
Feb 2, 2015 ... Dear Dr. Universe, Do bugs have hearts and brains? -Nick. Dear Nick,. Take a
look inside a bug and you'll find a brain in its head and other ...
Nov 17, 2009 ... Insects with minuscule brains may be as intelligent as much bigger animals and
... Brain cells do not get replaced so have to last a life time.
May 22, 2006 ... Do insects even have hearts? Sure they do, but their hearts are somewhat
different from human hearts. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
May 3, 2010 ... Bees and wasps, which are predominantly visual insects, have two .... with their
relatively enormous brains, can do that insects can't. Why?
Jun 23, 2010 ... Hello again! Yes, insects (like flies) have brains but they differ greatly from human
brains. One of the main comparisons is that insect brains and ...
Apr 19, 2016 ... The brains of insects are similar to a structure in human brains, which could show
a rudimentary form of consciousness.
Question: How long do bugs, spiders, and insects live? Ms. Frizzle: With ... Ms.
Frizzle: Insects do have teeth, however they are referred to as fangs or mandibles
. Question: Why do ... The size of the brain depends on the insect. Question: Why
May 26, 2016 ... The insect brain resides in the head, located dorsally. It consists of three pairs of
lobes. These lobes are fused ganglia, clusters of neurons that ...
Sep 6, 2012 ... Hearts: Sort of. Insects have an open circulatory system, meaning their organs
just float in blood. It's similar to how human organs float in lymph, ...