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Insects are a diverse group of invertebrates that play a vital role in ecosystems worldwide. They are characterized by their three-part body structure, including the head, thorax, and abdomen, and their six legs. With over a million known species, insects make up the largest group of animals on the planet, and they can be found in almost every environment, from deserts to forests, and even in water. While some insects are considered pests, many provide essential services such as pollination, decomposition, and nutrient cycling. In addition to their ecological importance, insects have fascinated humans for centuries with their incredible diversity, unique behaviors, and intricate adaptations.

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