The image shows a magnified part of a caterpillar. The tiny openings shown in the above figure help the caterpillar breathe. What are they called?
Insects breathe through tiny openings on their body surface called spiracles. These connect to tracheae which are a network of air tubes inside the body involved in gaseous exchange.
What helps them to breathe? (a) A fish (b) A snake (c) A crane (d) An earthworm (e) a Man (f) A banyan (g) Caterpillar