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Observed: August 16, 2011 @ 2:00 PM
Posted on: January 31, 2012 @ 8:42 AM (diff: 168 days)
Comments:
CENTIPEDES - A centipede is not an insect. It is a Chilopoda. Centipedes or "hundred-leggers," are elongated, flattened animals, bearing one pair of legs per body segment. The actual total number of legs in most species is closer to 30 than to 100. Adult centipedes are usually brownish and over 1 inch in length. The centipede is a speedy, carnivorous invertebrate that is found generally around decaying matter.

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