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Science 2.0

Science is structure

TermDefinition
Structure Anything made up of a number of parts held together in a particular way.
Internal Structure Structures found on the inside of living things , such as the heart, lungs or brain.
External Structure Structures found on the outside of living things, such as skin, eyes and claws
Whip Spider Also called a Tailless Whip Scorpion, which are harmless to humans. They have 8 legs but only 6 are used for walking. They are found in tropical regions worldwide, and like to come out at night.
Exoskeleton A type of skeleton found on the outside of a living thing that covers its body for protection. Common examples include ants, beetles and crabs. While an exoskeleton provides protection, it also needs to be shed to allow for the animal to grow larger
Endoskeleton “Endo” means internal or within so an endoskeleton is a skeleton that is on the inside of a living thing. Humans and all mammals have endoskeletons. Bugs and beetles have exoskeletons
Botanist A scientist that studies plants.
Bio mimicry Design of materials inspired by nature. For example, geckos have an amazing ability to climb due to structures in their feet so scientists have been inspired to invent really strong tape that uses similar structures.
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