What Is a Baby Fly Called?


A baby fly is called a maggot. Flies are insects and their eggs hatch immediately after they are laid. Maggots have no true legs and their abdomen lacks appendages. This lack of features is an adaptation to an environment that is rich in food, such as within rotting organic matter.
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Baby flies are called maggots
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