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  1. By Sam and Ben ARthropods

  2. Subphylum • Subphylum TrilobitomorphaTrilobita • Subphylum ChelicerataSpiders, Scorpians • SubphylumMyriapodaCentipedes, and millipedes • Subphylum Crustaceabrine shrimp • Subphylum HexapodaInsect

  3. Characteristics of the PhylumArthropoda • Arthropods are segmented bodies arranged into three areas the head, the thorax, and the abdomen. • They have paired joints on their legs, arms.

  4. Close relatives to arthropods • Annelids • Arthropods annelids both have segmented bodies . bug wars

  5. Living arthropods are divided into four subgroups. Arthropods have segmented bodies. Arthropods have an exoskeleton. Fun facts

  6. 3 animals • Scorpions- young scorpions ride their mothers back for the first weeks of their life. The life span is 3 to 8 years for a average scorpion. The oldest artifacts go back to 430 million years ago. • Camel spider- they run for the shade so they chase humans. They also chew or eat people in their sleep they numb the bites with venom. they can run up to 30 miles per hour. And can jump up to 3 feet. camel spider

  7. 3 animals [continued]tarantula- they are very sensitive to vibrations in the ground or they the surface they are on. they also live in dry areas such as deserts. some predators are foxes, coyotes, and lizards.

  8. 2 families • Spiders- they have 8 legs and inject venom into the skin of a human if they are venomous. Found on every continent except for Antartica. • Centipede- prefers a dark damp enviroment under leaves or bark. Uses its jaws to catch and eat other animals. Most active at night.

  9. sources • www.livescience.com • www.desertmuseum.com • www.google.com • www.scorpionworlds.com • www.bugfacts.net