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Is a bumblebee a vertibrate?
is a fish a vertibrate
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A bumblebee is a physics anomaly that is able to fly when by itsvery design it should not. The Bumblebee is a large passive hairybee that lives in small colonies underground.
No the are parasites of the Arthropoda order
Yes it was. All birds are.
Crayfish are crustacean which has a hard shell so htey are invertibrates. (No Back Bone or Spine.)
The butterfly is not a vertibrate. It belongs to the phylum Arthropoda, Jointed foot and the class Insecta.
An invertebrate is an animal that does not have a backbone.
yes it is a vertebrate
Both of them are living things that have the ability to adapt their environment and have the capacity to generate offspring. They both can live on land and in the water.
Yes, dinosaurs have bones, so all vertibrates have bones.
Yes a rat is a vertibrate, since it has a backbone.
no they are not
An insect is not a vertebrate, as it does not have a backbone.
Squid actually belong in the mollusk phylum along with octopuses, snails, slugs, mussels, oysters, and clams. They are not vertebrates, and because of this they can twist and …squeeze their bodies into tiny cracks and crevasses.
What is a broken vertbrae
No. An annelid is a worm - completely soft all the way through.