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Adam Ant Thinks Insect Bodies Are Best
Adam Ant: There is no need for them to be afraid of tiny little me. I’m not like a mosquito flying around biting people, or a fly spreading germs. I am smart, handsome, and a great dancer.
Picnic Guest: As I recall, you can sting and bite.
Adam Ant (trying to change the subject): I am smart, handsome, and a great dancer.
Picnic Guest: Do you have any scientific facts about what makes you so great?
Adam Ant: I’m an ant, right?
Picnic Guest: We already established that.
Adam Ant: Anyway. A cricket is a cricket. A bee is a bee. A butterfly is a butterfly. But, we are all insects.
Picnic Guest: A cockroach is a cockroach.
Adam Ant: Yick! Don’t remind me. I do not like to think about being classified with roaches. But, they are insects, too.
Picnic Guest: You all look different. So, what makes you alike? Why are you classified as insects?
Adam Ant: Let’s start with our legs. How many legs do humans have?
Picnic Guest: We have two.
Adam Ant: Only Two? How do you manage with only two legs? How can you dance?
Educational Play Core Learning
How Ants Communicate
Science Terms: Exoskeleton, Thorax, Abdomen & Social Insect