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English: Comparison between abdomen, thorax and head in human and insects.
Français : Comparaison entre l'abdomen, le thorax et la tête d'un humain et d'un insecte.
Italiano: Confronto tra addome, torace e testa di un essere umano e di un insetto.
Polski: Porównanie między brzuchem, tułowiem i głową u człowieka i owada.
Date 7 January 2008
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