Science: Arachnids

Our second group of invertebrates we are studying are called ‘Arachnids’, animals like spiders, scorpions and mites. Arachnids have eight legs and chelicerae that are at the front to hold their prey (arachnids are carnivores). Their bodies consist of two parts the cephalothorax (head and thorax together) and the abdomen. Unlike insects, arachnids do not have wings or antennae.‘ – Harvey and I worked on this together.

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