Insects require oxygen to live. They don’t, however, breathe quite like we breathe. Insects use a tube series throughout their bodies to absorb oxygen and release carbon dioxide. Air enters the tracheal tubes and the oxygen is diffused inside the insect. Carbon dioxide is then released as a waste product. Insects have some control over this process. They use muscle contractions to control the openings of these tubes.
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