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 Which region of the insect's body is specialized for movement?

Answer Wings and legs all connect to the thorax.
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Which region of the insects body is specialized for movement and explain why?

The thorax because the 2 pairs of walking legs, 1 pair of jumping leg, the fore wing, and the hind wing are attached to that region.
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How many body parts do insects have?

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