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General Science

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Summary: To compare the millipede and the centipede

NATURAL SCIENCES

Life and Way of Living

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ACTIVITY 11: To compare the millipede and the centipede [LO 2.1]

MILLIPEDES AND CENTIPEDES

We will not study examples of these animals in great detail. However, it is important to remember that they play an important role in the ecosystem. Let us compare them:

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Millipede
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Centipede
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  Millipedes Centipedes
Build Many segments, round Many segments, flat
Number of legs 4 on each segment 2 on each segment
Food Rotting plant material Insects, earthworms and snails
Where they live Amongst dead plant material on the ground Under old tree stumps and amongst dead leaves on the ground
When they are active In the day At night

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Learning Outcome 2:The learner will know and be able to interpret and apply scientific, technological and environmental knowledge.

Assessment Standard 2.1: We know this when the learner recalls meaningful information (at least definitions and complex facts).

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