An invertebrate does not have a backbone.
An invertebrate can be anything from a worm to a jellyfish(no bones or skeletor structure)
Vertebrate it is a invertebrate not a vertebrate...........
The notochord of a vertebrate differs from that of an invertebrate because a vertebrates eventually turns into a back bone. Invertebrates just disappears.
Is the Cassowary a invertebrate or a Vertebrate
is a turkeyba vertebrate or invertebrate
the difference between them is that vertebrate has a backbone and an invertebrate does not for example,worm is invertebrate and a dog is a vertebrate.
Vertibrates, they have a spine
is a king an a vertebrate or a invertebrate
they are invertebrate
it is a "vertebrate
The giant tortoise is a vertebrate, not an invertebrate.
No bones. Invertebrate. To be a vertebrate, you need a backbone.
"Is a beetle an invertebrate or a vertebrate?" A beetle is an invertebrate because it has no backbone.