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Monday, September 3, 2012

Beetle


Beauty Of Animal | Beetle | Beetles are small invertebrates are known to be very flexible and are found in many different shapes and sizes. Beetles are found in almost every habitat on earth different and just absent from the frozen polar regions. Beetle has the largest number of sub-species of all insects, with 40% of all recognized insect classified as beetles. There are more than 350,000 different species of beetles noted, however, scientists estimate the true number is between 4 million and 8 million species of beetle
 
Like the other species of insect, beetle's body consists of three parts all coated in a hard outer shell, which is the beetle's head, thorax and abdomen of the beetle beetles. Beetles also have an antenna that is used to understand the environment of beetles and made about 10 different parts.
Beetles are believed to play an important role in the ecosystem where they inhabit mainly because they consume the debris of plants and animals including the petals fall and manure. All animals that digest decaying matter worked wonders for the soil as they consume most of the compounds that can be absorbed into the soil, such as carbon dioxide and nitrogen. 
Beetles are omnivorous animals and eat anything but generally can find plants and fungi and debris from both plants and animals. Some of the larger species of beetles have been known to eat small birds and even small mammals species. Other species of wood dust beetles feed and therefore enjoy digging himself into a tree.
Due to their small size and broad, diverse, many species of beetles that prey animals from insects to reptiles, birds, fish and mammals. The exact predator of beetles, but is highly dependent on the size and type of area where the beetles and beetle inhabit. More recently, the Asian long-horned beetle has been found in a number of North American countries by the beetle has quickly gained a name for itself as an agricultural pest. Asian long-horned beetle is boring bark beetle species, which means that they dig themselves into the wood.

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