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Katrina Wilbur (Why do animals fly?)
Transcript of Katrina Wilbur (Why do animals fly?)
To be able to walk on rough surfaces the last pairs of claws consists of three parts. Also, the base has to be like a cushion like pads to have two or three pads.
Antennae come from all adult flies. The crane flies, midges, and mosquitoes, have many-jointed antennae that resemble a string of beaded about one- third of flies. With shorter antennae that are more or less fused to form three segments the other flies have this.
Malaria, yellow fever, encephalitis, and elephantiasis may be transmitting to the organism from Mosquitoes. Parasitic worms that cause blindness can come from Black flies, while the spread of many types of bacteria that cause disorders of the skin and intestinal tract is from house flies. Penetrate the skin of man and other animals, including cattle, sheep, and horses can come from may flies larvae.
Why do Animals Fly?
The tiny adapted wings are a pair of halters situated just behind the honest wings that act like the automatic pilot of an aircraft to assistance the soar and steady its flight.
A single pair of membranous fore wings, with knob-shaped vestigial wings instead of hind wings is the Dipteral which is not like other insects. Halters are used to balance organs in the vestigial.