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Crayfish and Bess Beetles
Transcript of Crayfish and Bess Beetles
Bess Beetles are very friendly.
They are not all small
Let's take a look at the crayfish a little closer That's is nice and everything, but why not just look at more pictures. What happened to the Bess Beetles? You are going to love this picture. Where would this crayfish hide? Where are Bess Beetles found? The pictures are nice and everything, but what do they have in common? They both have exoskeletons. Both of these animals are found in the South because of the climate. Nearly all of the 500-odd species are tropical; species found in North America are notable for their size, ranging from 20–43 mm, for having a single "horn" on the head, and for a form of social behavior unusual among beetles. They both use their color as camouflage from predators. Crayfish, also sometimes referred to as crawfish or crawdads, belong to the families Astacoidea and Parastacoidea and are freshwater crustaceans. They look like lobsters in a smaller scale and are sometimes even referred to as freshwater lobsters. Big shot out to Mrs. L for letting me go through this program and experimenting. The spinning is Mr. Freeman's favorite part, I think. I am kinda dizzy now though.