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It is not in Aves or Insecta but Insecta is closer, because it is not a vertebrate.
Dr. Stein that maybe too scientific! because I'm not sure. They have to have kind of a specific habitat but they are found a lot in the United States and probably many other countries have very similar species if not the same ones. Not a specific area, but a sort of specific habitat (even though that habitat is abundant)
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Not aquatic, so it is terrestrial. Does it live in arid place?
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