One Hundred Feet of Hassle: The Annoyance of the Common Centipede

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The name centipede would have you imagine horrific nightmare creatures with a hundred legs, the truth is that they have anywhere between 17 to 150 pairs of them depending on the size and age of the particular centipede. Classified as arthropods, they are distinguished by their flat, segmented bodies that can run anything from a gray to a brownish yellow coloration. Each of their square-ish segments has one pair of legs. They vary in size, too. These ...

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