Anthropods

Anthropods make up over 75% of the world's animal species. Anthropods include animals such as insects, crustaceans and arachnids. The largest group of anthropods are the insects. The next largest group are the crustaceans, including lobsters and crabs. The arachnids include spiders and ticks. Other anthropods include centipedes and millipedes.

Anthropods have limbs with joints that allow them to move. They also have an exoskeleton, which is a hard, external skeleton. Their body cavity contains the nervous system, circulatory system, reproductive system and digestive system.

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