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  • Intro 0:00
  • Objectives 0:06
    • Objectives
  • What are Arthropods? 0:23
    • What are Arthropods?
    • 'Jointed Foot'
    • Jointed Appendages
  • Types of Arthropods 1:45
    • Types of Arthropods
  • Common Characteristics of Arthropods 2:53
    • Common Characteristics of Arthropods
  • How do Arthropods Get Their Food? 5:04
    • Chewing
    • Piercing and Sucking
    • Lapping up Nectar
    • Eating Other Animals
  • How do Arthropods Use Their Exoskeleton? 6:38
    • Protection
    • Support
    • Water Conservation
  • What is Molting? 8:02
    • Molting
  • Example 1: List Two Ways that Arthropods Obtain Food 10:50
  • Example 2: Name One Advantage and One Disadvantage of Having an Exoskeleton? 11:25
  • Example 3: Name the Four Types of Arthropods 12:35
  • Example 4: What is This Process Called That is Shown Below? 13:11