How to Draw Cartoon Insects
The world of insects is wide and varied, from walkingsticks to glowing fireflies to crickets with "ears" on their legs. However, all insects have certain traits in common, As kids will learn as they draw cartoon insects. Packed with insect statistics and facts, The book makes metamorphosis, molting, and even mosquito bites fun.
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Page 2 - They also have three main body parts, called the head, the thorax, and the abdomen. Insects have compound eyes, three pairs of jointed legs, and a pair of antennae. Most insects hatch from eggs and have wings. They undergo metamorphosis, which means insects' bodies change from eggs to adults in several stages.