Arthropods have jointed limbs, hard exoskeletons, segmented bodies, and molt--or shed--their shells in order to grow. Crabs, beetles, centipedes, squillas, pill bugs, and walking sticks demonstrate a variety of ways some of the one million different species of arthropods walk.
- Animal Sciences - Science
- English Captions - Auditory, English Audio Descriptions - Visual
- DCMP Membership
- New Dimension Media/Questar
- 11 minutes
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