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Millipedes are a cylinder shape and can also be flat. Instead of being one whole thing they have segments and each segment has 2 legs. They can be a whole range of colors but the one above is a orange and black.


Millipedes inhabit areas under rocks, in the leaf litter, in rotting logs and occasionally in burrows which are all known as micro-habitats.


Millipede translates to 1,000 feet

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Nicholas D-anna
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Nicholas D-anna

Maryland, USA

Spotted on Apr 19, 2017
Submitted on May 21, 2017

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