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Pill bugs and Sow bugs

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Kasie McKeen

on 7 March 2013

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Transcript of Pill bugs and Sow bugs

Pill Bugs and Sow Bugs These animals are called isopods.

Isopods are animals with an equal number
of feet on each side. These isopods have 14 legs. They also breathe through gills! These animals are also crustaceans.

Crustaceans have segments or plates that protect them from predators as well as the environment. They look similar to these animals... The Pill Bug Also known as the Roly Poly! They have shorter legs Can be a light brown or grayish color It moves slowly Has a rounded tail-end Rolls into a ball when it is scared Sow Bugs Also known as the Wood Louse They are flat and have longer legs They have powerful antennae to sense their environment They move very quickly! They use their long antennae and little spike-like tail movements to help them get right side up if they flip over They can be several different colors: tan, orange, purple, blue and gray. Both of these bugs live under rocks, logs, leaves, or burrow very shallow under the soil They eat dead plants, wood, strawberries, and carrots Both carry eggs in a pouch (marsupial) Both molt. Molting is when they shed their shell after a new one grows underneath the old one. And now....... the game begins...
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