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Invertebrates Photo Gallery

  • These poisonous zebra butterflies live throughout the southern United States to northern South America.
  • The octopus uses its eight arms to open prey such as small crabs, scallops, and snails.
  • Brown Elegance Coral.
  • Hives of honeybees are a complex community, usually consisting of one queen, a few drones (males), and many female workers.
  • The urchin uses its thick round spines to wedge into crevices and holes during the day, and comes out during the night to forage on algae and carrion.
  • Spiny Lobster is the general name given to about four dozen species of clawless lobster found in all the tropical and subtropical waters of the world.
  • The chambered nautilus is a deep-dwelling mollusk that lives in the Pacific and Indian Oceans.

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