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READ THESE ARTICLES… BEES • CRICKETS • INSECTS 38 © 2008 Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. T GH utterflies and moths are found throughout the world, from deserts to hot jungles to high up in snowy mountains. You can see them on every continent except Antarctica. Butterflies and moths are insects, and like all insects they have three pairs of legs. Their bodies are divided into three sections: head, thorax, and abdomen. On either side of the head is a large special eye. These eyes are able to detect the smallest movement.
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