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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 v…ertebrate to eat an invertebrate than the other way around.
Vertebrates are animals with a backbone (examples: humans, snakes,birds). They give birth alive and sometimes hatched Invertebrates are animals without a backbone (examples: …snails,starfish, worms). Invertebrates have no bones at all that they canmove by using tentacles. Vertebrates: animals with backbone are called vertebrates. A backbone is a row of bones along a animals back kinds of vertebrates: fish : they have gills for breathing and are cold blooded animals amphibians they spend part their lives in water and as they grow their gills close and the lungs develop reptiles: are cold blooded animals and breathe with their lungs birds: are warm blooded animals :they are the only animals which feed their young mammals :they are the only animals whick feed their young a vertebrate is A member of the subphylum Vertebrata, a primary division of the phylum Chordata that includes the fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals, all of which are characterized by a segmented spinal column and a distinct well-differentiated head. a invertebrate is An animal, such as an insect or mollusk, that lacks a backbone or spinal column. The vertebrates are the animals which have the vertebrae column where the spinal cord is located. The invertebrates are the animals without the vertebrae column and thy are significantly less developed than the vertebrates. A Vertebrate is an organism with a back bone or spine. An invertebrate has no spine.
vertebrates are animals with an backbone and invertebrates are animals who dont have one
No. You either have a backbone, or you don't. Simple as that.
Then you are just a clump of skin.
Vertebrates are animals that have a back bone, while invertebrates don't.
Vertebrates have a backbone, while invertebrates do not.
A backbone, or spinal column.
it is both, vertebrates with a backbone and invertebrates without one
Invertebrates are animals without a backbone (for example, worms, shellfish, octopi, insects, etc.) Vertebrates are animals with a backbone (for example, fish, birds, reptiles…, amphibians, and mammals). Baboons, like humans and all other mammals, have a backbone and thus are vertebrates.
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Vertibrates, they have a spine
Baboons are vertebrates, as they have a backbone.
a vertebrate is a living organism with a backbone and an invertebrate is a living organism without a backbone