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Vertebrates belong to the subphylum Vertebrata – the largest subphylum of chordates containing several groups of large land animals including mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fishes. Vertebrates have spinal columns and backbones. There are now around 58,000 species of vertebrates.
In order for a living organism to be classified as a vertebrate it  must have a backbone, a central nervous system that is partly  enclosed by this backbone, and also a muscular system.   Silverfish are insects and crabs are crustaceans, both  invertebrates, they lack a backbone.
 Breathe under using gills, not lungs  Live in water  Have scales and fins (No hair or fur)   Cold blooded   Lay many eggs   
Dogs are vertebrates. Vertebrate means to have a spinal column or backbone. All mammals are vertebrates. All corals, insects, worms, jellyfish, snails and starfish are invertebrates because they have no backbone. vertebrate well, to be a vertebrate animal, it means to have a back bone/spine so a dog...
The vertebrate body is adapted for speed of movement as well as  great strength. This is mainly supported by the presence of the  backbone that coordinates most skeletal muscles.
No, not all vertebrates have tubular nerve cord.
Snake, alligator etc.
Complex filtering organs in the back of the body are kidneys.
Yes, all birds are vertebrates.
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No, it's an invertebrate.
Kingdom: Animalia   Phylum: Chordata   Class: Mammalia   Order: Carnivora   Family: Ursidae   Genus: Ursus   Species: U. maritimus
Most notably, the Chondrichthyes, or 'Cartilaginous Fishes', are  the group of vertebrates whose members have a cartilaginous  endoskeleton. Examples includes sharks and sting-rays.
They are vertebrate.They are Vertebrates because they have a backbone invertebrates are animals that dont have a backbone i hope this helped you x
It would be more appropriate to say that all vertebrate embryos  develop pharyngeal gill slits during one of the many phases  in their embryonic development. This is because while gills are  specifically present in fishes, pharyngeal gill slits are a general  chordate feature.
There are more vertebrates than sponges in the world. This is of  course collectively and varies by certain studied locations.
Some sort of backbone (meaning a spine in a human, etc.)
yes the vertebrates have a brain because humans are vertebrates and we have brans
No. Lampreys are an ancient line of vertebrates.
Yes, a remora is a vertebrate.
No, the spirostomum is a unicelluar organism so it has no vertebra.
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fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals
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No. Nor is any other insect.
Yes. Any mammal or bird have a vertebrate
they have special pouches that they/ carry their babies in. Mammals  like these are called marsupials.
the species having spinal cord are vertebrates
No, they are understood to be invertebrates.
  Traumatic injury, perhaps some sort of degenerative disease.
yes a crocadile is a vertebrate, it has a spine.
They need skeleton for strength , support ,firmness of body and in most of the cases in some bones ,bone marrow helps in the formation of blood .e.g. human beings.
No, they are not vertebrates because they do not have a backbone.
Animals with an internal skeleton made of bone are called  vertebrates. Vertebrates include fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds,  mammals, primates, rodents and marsupials. Although vertebrates  represent only a very small percentage of all animals, their size  and mobility often allow them to...
what is the meaning of vertebrates and invertebrates
Which group of vertebrates undergoes metamorphosis?
Cervical vertebrae, C1-C7, are located in the neck and perform the specialized task of supporting the head while it moves around. C1-C7 allow extreme flexibility and range of motion for the head.
Yes, cranes are vertebrates.
Tunicates are invertebrates.
There are fives groups of vertebrates, which are the following: MammalsAmphibians ReptilesFishBirds The mammals take up the smallest percentage of the world out of all of the above, and the fish dominate the percentage; because they live in water, which covers more than 70% of the world, they're the...
Butterflies are invertebrates. Butterflies and moths are insects, and all insects are invertebrates.
No, most living vertebrates have different numbers of digits, anywhere from none to five, and sometimes even six.
vertebrate all birds are
  Amongst the living the most primitive vertebrate is the Hagfish.
Amphibians and Fish. Hope That Was Helpful.
Typically one skull per vertebrate, although, possible deformatites may make it possible for a vertebrate to have more than the norm.
Vertebrates are a large group of animals that include fish,  amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals like us.   All vertebrates have hearts because they have a close circulatory  system which requires the heart to pump the blood around the body.  The number of chambers in regular heart vary...
Sometimes, roosters will not crow when they want to take a break or  when they feel they are not dominant. Some signs a rooster is sick  are weight loss, eyes closed, slow breathing, laying with their  head down, or a grayish-white tint of the comb.
a internal skeleton of a vertebrate animal
No it is not as it does not have any back bone. It is classified asNematodes Vertebrates are members of the subphylum Vertebrata, which containschordates (animals with vertebrates) with backbones or spinalcolumns. No, earthworms don't have an internal skeleton - therefore they are invertebrates.
Squirrel monkeys are vertebrates because they have a spine. Vertebrate animals have spines. Invertebrate animals lack spines.
invertebrate has backbones and vertebrates has no backbone Animals can be classified into two main groups: Vertebrates and invertebrates. The main difference between vertebrates and invertebrates is that invertebrates do not have a backbone or a spinal column. Examples of vertebrates are birds and...
Moss is not neither a invertebrate or a vertebrate. Moss is a plant.
Panda Bear, Elephant and Pig.
No. Snakes and reptiles are vertebrates, but are exothermic (cold-blooded) and require the warmth of the sun.
Yes, manatees belong to the Kingdom - Animalia, and the Phylum - Chordata (making them chordates). All chordates have internal backbones (vertebrae); therefore a manatee is a vertebrate.
Any type of flounder changes form and structure during its life time. They begin their lives by swimming straight with their eyes in the front of the head, as they get older the eyes move to one side of the head and slowly they begin swimming side ways.
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Yes it is yes, goldfish have backbones and therefore are vertebrates
Any animal of the chordate subphylum Vertebrata, which includes fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. http://www.answers.com/topic/vertebrate
  yes they are
yes,ofcourse it is a vertebrate. it is a marine organism.the plesiosaur fossil has a type ---------- named...........jurrasic plesiosaur
Reptiles, Fish, and Amphibians.
It's one of these-lack of blood vesselspresence of villipresence of many capillarieslack of cell membranes
No. They are arthropods.
Shafici daud barrow teacher of biology. The features distinguish chordates from other groups of animals are: A) Single, hollow nerve cor beneath dorsal surface, in vertebrates, it differentiate into brain and spinal cord B) Notochord, flexible rod on the dorsal side of gut present at one stage...
There are two such classes: Reptilia (reptiles) and Aves (birds). Additionally, 5 species of monotremes, a group of mammals, are hatched from an egg on land.