http://idahoptv.org/sciencetrek/topics/insects/facts.cfm

Insects do not have bones like you, but instead have a hard outer covering known as an exoskeleton. This exoskeleton protects their organs and gives them  ...

https://animals.mom.me/insect-wings-bones-10808.html

When you accidentally stepped on that grasshopper outside, you may have heard a "crunch" and cringed, thinking about broken bones. The bad news is the bug ...

https://animals.mom.me/insects-skeleton-outside-body-9265.html

In humans and other mammals, muscles do not attach directly to bones. Instead, they are connected via tendons and ligaments. In insects, however, muscles are  ...

https://www.insectidentification.org/insect-anatomy.asp

Dec 23, 2015 ... Insects hold a very unique - though very understandable - anatomy which is one of ... Arthropods do have muscles within the exoskeleton, but the muscles ... and tendons, which attach themselves to bones in a human body.

https://www.quora.com/Do-insects-have-a-skeleton

They have what is called an exoskeleton. It is not bone as in humans but is a variety of shell like substances of various hardness depending on ...

https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beetle

The abdomen of a beetle does not usually have special parts on the outside, but it has the beetle's gut inside. Like other insects, beetles have no internal bones, ...

https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Insect

All insects have six legs (three pairs of jointed legs) and usually four wings (two pairs). ... Just like our muscles connect to our bones to make us walk and stand up, the ... Some insects also use a molecule called haemocyanin, which does the  ...

https://askabiologist.asu.edu/insect-and-human-biology

Jan 12, 2016 ... Humans and insects have very different bodies. But there are ... How much of your DNA do you think is the same as a fruit fly's? Would you have ... Instead of depending on bones for support, insects have a strong exoskeleton.

https://www.landcareresearch.co.nz/resources/teaching/Insects-and-spiders/insects/insect-skeleton

Humans have bone skeletons on the inside with all our soft bits on the outside surrounded by a soft skin. However, in insects: the skeleton is an external, hard ...

https://www.backyardnature.net/exoskelt.htm

In a sense, an insect has its skeleton outside its body. The insect's body wall is ... Since insects don't have bones, the shell serves as the body's skeleton. Because the skeleton is ... a question will occur to you. That is, "How do insects grow?".