The Most Successful Animals on Earth S cientists call insects the most successful animals on Earth. Of all the millions of animals on our planet, eight out of every ten are some kind of insect.
Henderson's False Huntsman Spider Spiders are one of the most seen, least known but most feared of the land animals without backbones (invertebrates) of Australia. Although all but one family has venom, most are probably quite harmless.
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Spiders belong to the class Arachnida which is part of the sub-kingdom Metazoa, that is until some scientist decides to redo the the classification system. They are also part of the phylum Arthropoda, this word is derived from the Greek and it means "jointed foot".
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Animal Report Wheel Make an animal report wheel using this 2-page print-out; it consists of a base page together with a wheel that spins around. Use the wheel to write facts about the animal, including: Scientific Name, Type of Animal, Color, Size, Diet, Enemies, Habitat, Range, Life Cycle, Life Span, Endangered?