No, worms are not vertebrates. They are invertebrates. All bugs are!
These are the animals that produce electricity or generate it:
Electric CatfishElephant fishesbonytonguesstargazersHammerhead SharksEchidnasElectric Skateknife fishespaddle fishPlatypus
Crabs are crustaceans, not vertebrates.
its a breakthrough
Japan invented a lot of technology and THINGS.
An animal of a large group distinguished by the possession of a
backbone or spinal column, including mammals, birds, reptiles,
amphibians, and fishes.
A vertebrate is an animal that are a backbone, which affects its
For example: we humans are vertebrates, so are cats, dogs , chimps,
How are invertebrates classified?
They are vertebral
Mammals : dog fish: sharkreptile: snakeamphibians: frogbirds : blue tit
house sparrow, garter snake, African elephant
No, they have no bones (neither does a shark - but it is a vertebrate). It lacks a back-bone (the equivalent is in front or below). A butterfly is an insect and most insects are classified as invertebrates. Butterflies have an exoskeleton, which is the outer covering of an insect.No, butterflies are…
Animals with backbones are called vertebrates. They include all types of fish, as well as amphibians such as frogs and newts, reptiles, birds, and mammals, including humans. Animals without backbones are called invertebrates. They include corals, jellyfish, snails, all kinds of worms, and insects,…
YOu feed them fruit flies or other daddy long leg spiders
Rays are fish, so are vertibrates.
An invertebrate. It does not have a spine.
Yes, all mammals are vertebrates.
Reptiles, Amphibians, Fish, Birds, Mammals.the five main groups of vertebrates are:mammalsfishbirdsamphibiansreptiles
its animal/organisms that have a back bone.An animal that has a spinal column.
No, snails do not have a backbone; they are invertebrates.
There is a species of spider called the 'Cellar Spider', which is known as 'Daddy Long Legs' to many, but there are two other species with the same name, one is an insect (Crane Fly) and one is the Harvestman (an arachnid, but not a spider).
Daddy long leg spider is the common name for "Pholcids" and do
spin webs. Daddy long leg spiders are Web-weaving spiders, meaning
they hang up-side-down in messy, irregular, tangled webs. The webs
have no adhesive qualities, but the irregular structure entangles
any insects that come near. The spide…
Vertebrates are all the animals classed as birds, mammals, fish, reptiles or amphibians.
Arthropod is a phylum within the vertebrate kingdom. Arthropods have a backbone.
Yes, dogs have backbones and are classified as vertebrates.
Yes, they are- they have spines.
Yes a dog is a vertebrate because they have a backbone and that is
how and why they have the ability to stand on their four feet and
walk around not hop or something else like that
No, a fern is a plant. Animals with internal skeletons (bones) are vertebrates.
Vertebrates are all animals which have a backbone and an internal skeleton. They include any animal which is classed as a mammal, bird, fish, reptile or amphibian. Therefore, animals which are vertebrates include: dogcatfrogmousecockatoofinchhumancrocodileturtlesnakesharkwhalegoldfishkangaroopossume…
ANIMALS HAVING BACK BONE OR VERTEBRAL COLUMN R CALLED VERTEBRATES
Vertebrates or chordates are classified into 7 classes, which are bony fish, cartilage fish, jawless fish, mammals, amphibians, reptiles, and birds. Bony fish are the most common type of fish and include the most amount of species …
One has a backbone and one has no back bone.
Vertebrates are chordates, possesing a spinal collumn or backbone.
Invertebrates lack either of these. The hagfish, which lacks a
spinal collumn, is sometimes classed as a vertebrate due to being
genetically closely related to the Lamprey.
Some of the differences are, that Invertebrates tend to be small and slow moving. Vertebrates, on the other hand, are stronger, faster and most times, bigger. Also Vertebrates have more highly developed nervous systems, giving them the chance to understand better, and faster than Invertebrates. Inv…
An internal skeleton that houses the brain and spinal cord. It means they have a back bone.
Yes, dolphins are vertebrates because they have a backbone. Invertebrates have no backbone (sea slugs, snails, sea cucumbers, etc.).
The term vertebrate, refers to animal life which have a backbone. Without knowing which particular species you were referring to, this question may not be answered in the way you had in mind.Vertebrates can be herbivores, omnivores, and carnivores. For instance, when I decide to feed my snake I put …
No it's not. It has a exoskeleton, making it an invertebrate (just
like all bugs/insects).
The 5 different vertebrate groups are amphibians, reptiles, fish, birds and mammals.
they all have backbones and they have to live in water or in land
Dolphins are vertebrates because they are
mammals. All mammals are vertebrates because they have
internal skeletons with a backbone or vertebral column (a
main characteristic of vertebrates).
Vertebrates are animals with backbone and internal skeleton. A snake is basically one great backbone with a head - little else, but fine ribs. Therefore, it is certainly "vertebrate". They are classified in the Subphylum Vertebrata. See the related link for more information.Yes, amazingly a snake…
yeah it's a fish
Cephalochordates, because of their remarkable morphology, they have proved crucial in understanding the morphology and evolution of chordates in general -- including vertebrates. Cephalochordates have all the typical chordate features. The dorsal nerve cord is supported by a muscularized rod, or not…
Turtles are vetebrates
yes, it is a mammal and mammals have vertebrate
Is the mouse a vertebrate? yes, it is a mammal and mammals have vertebrates.
For the most part they are solitary. They do however congregate in areas where food (seals and whale carcasses especially) is plentiful. They ofcourse also come in contact for mating though this has never been observed or recorded by humans. During the times they are in close contact with one anothe…
No, vertebrates are the birds, lizards, mammals, amphibians and fish. All other animals are invertebrates.
Invertebrate as it does not have a backbone
No, jellyfish are invertebrates. They have no spine/backbone.no, jellyfish is a not a vertebrate but instead it's an invertebrate which belongs to the phylum coelenterates...they don't have backbone..Coelenterates (cnidarians) are animals that have tentacles surrounding their mouth. The tentacles co…
Turtles are vertebrates because they have an internal skeleton with a backbone.
All birds, reptiles, bony fish, and mammals are vertebrates because they have backbones (spines made up of many vertebrae). Some examples of Indiana animals that are vertebrates would be river catfish, flying squirrels, red-winged blackbirds, copperhead snakes, cardinals, moles, and whitetail deer. …
Because they have backbones .
Invertebrates have a hard outer shell, called an exoskeleton. Muscles are attached to the inside of the exoskeleton, and contraction of these flexes the joints.It depends on what animal it is. A jellyfish, for instance, moves by swaying its body back and forth. A caterpillar uses its small legs to m…
A beetle is not a vertebrate. If you squish one, do YOU see bones
coming out of it?
vertebrate! because monkey has a backbone.
II. Application and Critical-Thinking Questions
Comparing and Contrasting the Vertebrate ClassesThe table below lists 20 characteristics that taxonomists use to classify vertebrate animals. Place an X in each box when a characteristic is normally observed in the class of vertebrates at the top of …
well first of all, some invertebrates have wings and some vertebrates have wings. that means both vertebrates and invertebrates can have wings. Some invertebrates have antennae and some vertebrates have antennae. Also, both groups are living things.
There are over 65 thousand different species of vertebrates
throughout the world. There are over 1 million species of
There are five main classes of vertebrates, which are:
Fish - which in turn are subdivided into
Agnatha (jawless fish without scales, e.g. lampreys and hagfish);
Chondrichthyes (sharks and rays, which have skeletons of cartil…
Backbone and an interior skeleton
The classification of Vertebrates is comprised of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, rays and sharks, bony fish and cyclostomes (jawless fish like hagfish). Vertebrates developed around 500 million years ago. Only the groups listed above fall into the category, all other animals (98%) are defin…
that doesn't help whats the name=)WELL..that's a bad answer.. Anyways, the first vertebrates on Earth were the jawless fishes.
No, it is an invertebrate. It has no vertebral column which defines "vertebrates". A mollusc is an animal that comes from the Phylum Mollusca, and could be part of one of 7 classes: AplacophoraMonoplacophoraCephalopoda (like squids and octopus) ScaphopodaPolyplacophoraGastropoda (snails)Bivaliva (cl…
Not at all. Black widows are by far the most common poisonous spider bite in the United States. Black Widow Spiders are most common in the tropics and the Southern United States, but have been reported as far north as Canada. They spin an irregular web in crevices and dark places. They have long leg…
both invertebrates and vertebrates are animals.
Bees are particularly attracted to blue, purple, and yellow flowers. They can see the ultraviolet wavelengths emitted by these colors that human beings cannot detect.
Vertebrates have a skeleton on the inside and invertebrates have them on the outside. Also, only vertebrates have spines.
They are vertebrates because they have backbones.
A salamander is a vertebrate as it has an internal skeleton and a backbone.
The number of bones are different between each organisms but they all have a backbone.
The number of bones are different between each organisms but they all have a backbone.
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Vertebrates are animals with backbones and invertebrates are animals without
backbones. just remember invertebrates no backbone vertebrates backbone.
Sharks are VERTEBRATES. They do have a backbone and are fish. Sharks belong to the phylum Chordata, and subphylum Vertebrata, and are true vertebrates. Their skeleton is made of cartilage, not bone, but they have a vertebral column. Although the vertebral column is made of cartilage, it is strengthe…
yes it is loosers
Bears, Mouse,Hamsters,Koalas, Lemurs, Monkeys,Cats, Dogs, Elephants, Seal, Frog..........etc
Alligators are vertebrates because they have a backbone.
They all have back-bones.
All amphibians are vertebrates. This includes all frogs and toads.
A frog is a vertebrate because it has a backbone called a
vertebra.They are classified in the phylum chordata which includes
Frogs are vertebrates because they have a backbone
Yes, all frogs are vertebrates because…
They have a skeleton & are therefore Vertebrates
to maintain our enviroment and to keep humans alive
Yes, but they are different from other vertebrates in that their
backbones are made of cartilage, like the rest of their skeletal
Fish,Reptile,Mammal,Amphibian and bird
yes.Yes, it has a backbone
Mammals, Reptile, Fish, Amphibians.
Yes.Yes. Salamanders are amphibians and thus vertebrates.
A vertebrate does have a backbone made of cartilage. Humans have
spinal columns or backbones made of actual bones. Not all
vertebrates have actual bones.
Penguins, like all birds, are vertebrates with a fully developed spinal column.
fish are vertebrates
Because it allowed vertebrates to be free from needing to be near standing bodies of water where they could lay their eggs.
the fact that one is an invertebrate and one a vertebrate is completely irrelevant to which eats which it is entirely down to the food chain but it is much more common for a vertebrate to eat an invertebrate than the other way around.
yes they are. they have back bones.
Vertebrates are animals that have a backbone.
A vertebrate has a 'vertebra' - a backbone
Star fish is an invertebrate. It comes under the phylum Echinodermata of non- Chordates.
a fish with a high, sail-like dorsal fin