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What are the body parts of a grasshopper?

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A grasshopper is a type of insect that is a part of the order Orthoptera and the suborder Caelifera. There are different species of grasshoppers, but they all generally have the same body structure, also known as anatomy. The body parts that make up a grasshopper are the head, thorax, abdomen, femur, spiracle, coxa, tibia, trochanter, tarsus, wings, and genitalia. Grasshoppers also have antennae like most insects, but their wings are not light enough for them to take flight.
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