Does an ant have a backbone?
No Ants do not have a back bone.
In fact no insect has any bones at all, the body is supported by an exo-skeleton. A hard outer shell with the organs all inside without any bones.
they have got a backbone.
What is the relationship between the length of a herbivore vertebrate and a carnivore vertebrate with respects to the structures and its functions?
Vertebrates are animals which have a backbone. Invertebrates are animals without a backbone. For example, the pig is a vertebrate, because it has a backbone, and the ant is an invertebrate because it has no backbone. Another way to find out whether something is a vertebrate or invertebrate, is to classify it into the animal kingdoms. All mammals and fish definitely are vertebrates. Reptiles are invertebrates. nope it is an invertebrate!!! happy to help!
No. It is an insect, about as far away from a vertebrate as you can get. An ant is an invertebrate they have exoskeletons no it is an invertabrate as it does not have a back bone and has an exoskeleton instead No! Vertebrates are animals which have a backbone, such as mammals, birds and fish. Ants are invertebrates. These are animals which do not have a backbone. Ants belong the the group of invertebrates…