Bug Facts

Haughton, Maureen; Holden, Susan
January 2000
Bugs (9780751314151);2000, p32
Book Chapter
A chapter from the book "Bugs!" is presented. It provides information on insects. Bugs are insects that use sharp tubes, like drinking straws, to eat. Insects have six legs, but not all of them have wings. Some also use their legs to hear and feet to taste. Other insects also have very good eyes, wherein they can see colours that people cannot see.


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