Is a jellyfish an inverterbrate?
Yes, that's right. A jellyfish is an invertebrate, which means that it doesn't have a backbone or spinal column. Jellyfish are pretty much a blob, and with no brain or spine, its a wonder how they survive!
An inverterbrate has no backbone. Like a jellyfish is quite a good example. And a vertebrate has a backbone like us!!
the difference between verterbrate and inverterbrate is simple verterbrate = spine in= no witch means that verterbrate is something or someone with a spine and inverterbrate is something with out a spine
Squids are invertebrates. They have no backbone.
a cat is a verterbrates.
A dog is a Vertebrate
Rabbits have a back bone!
Yes because they do not have a backbone, they have shells, instead.
Lizards are reptiles and therefore vertebrates.
Invetebrates have no backbone (or skeletal system at all).
vertibrate has a spine while inverterbrate doesn't have a spine
A dragonfly is an invertebrate - it's an insect. Insects do not have internal skeletons.
A dolphin is a vertebrate because it does not have a shell or live in a shell or for another answer he has an back bone
The eagle has a backbone or spine so it is a vertebrate. Vertebrae are the bones which make a backbone.
Collective nouns for jellyfish are: a bloom of jellyfish (When jellyfish are spawned from their polyps they form what is called a "bloom".) a brood of jellyfish a fluther of jellyfish a smack of jellyfish a smuck of jellyfish a smuth of jellyfish a stuck of jellyfish a swarm of jellyfish A fluther or a smuth of jellyfish. A group of jellyfish is called a smack of jellyfish.
No, lizards are a part of the chordate subphylum Vertebrata along with fish, birds, amphibians and animals. Invertebrate species lack a backbone.
There are over 1,500 different types of jellyfish. Some of the more common types of jellyfish are the box jellyfish, the lion's mane jellyfish, and the cannonball jellyfish. The moon jellyfish is the most common jellyfish to be kept in captivity.
Yes, you can buy live jellyfish. Urban Jellyfish are UK specialists in live jellyfish, jellyfish aquariums and jellyfish equipment. Visit: www.UrbanJellyfish.co.uk
Yes, the box jellyfish IS a true jellyfish.
Jellyfish (Bluebottle Jellyfish) Jellyfish (Box Jellyfish) Jellyfish (Irukandji Jellyfish) Julia Creek Dunnart Jabiru Johnston's crocodile
You can purchase jellyfish at Jellyfish Art. They ship tanks and jellyfish anywhere in the US.
You can buy jellyfish at Jellyfish Art. They ship tanks and jellyfish anywhere in the US.
The largest jellyfish is the giant jellyfish.
An interesting fact about jellyfish is that jellyfish do not have brains. Jellyfish can be transparent or brightly colored. A group of jellyfish is called a bloom or swarm.
Immortal Jellyfish: TurritopsisLion's Mane Jellyfish: Cyanea
An adult jellyfish is called a Jellyfish.
You can buy jellyfish online at Jellyfish Art. They ship tanks and jellyfish anywhere in the US.
A group of jellyfish is known as a 'smack' of jellyfish.
A jellyfish is an invertebrate and as such, has no spine or bones. A jellyfish also has no brain.
baby jellyfish eat other jellyfish
No but you can buy jellyfish online at Jellyfish Art. They ship tanks and jellyfish anywhere in the US.
Jellyfish will only sting one another if they are box jellyfish or both male.
it depend on which jellyfish . A box jellyfish can, a portuguese man of war is not a jellyfish but it might be able to.
there are many types of jellyfish, but i can only name a few, so here it goes: -umbrella jellyfish -westcoast sea nettle -elegant jellyfish -portuguese jellyfish -upside down jellyfish -leidy's comb jelly
waht is the life cycle for a jellyfish waht is the life cycle for a jellyfish waht is the life cycle for a jellyfish waht is the life cycle for a jellyfish
I'm pretty sure jellyfish don't eat other jellyfish.
The largest species of jellyfish is the Lion's Mane jellyfish.
The Irukanji jellyfish and the Box jellyfish Irukandji
the jellyfish migrate to Antarctica the jellyfish migrate to Antarctica
The box jellyfish and the Man of War Jellyfish are very poisonous.
The box jellyfish belongs to the phylum of Cnidaria. The jellyfish is in the orders of Carybdeida and Chirodropida. The class for the box jellyfish is Cubozoa.
The only answer is to NOT swim where there are jellyfish. Jellyfish can swarm or be on their own. Most beaches that have jellyfish problems will post warning signs.
You can buy a tank specially designed for jellyfish at Jellyfish Art. They sell and ship tanks and jellyfish anywhere in the US.
A species of Jellyfish known as the Lion's Mane Jellyfish lives in the Arctic Ocean. It is the largest known species of jellyfish.
thousands of years ago, millions of jellyfish were trapped in the lake, when a submerged reef rose from the sea. the jellyfish adapted to their surroundings by losing their sting completely. you can now swim safely with sixteen million jellyfish in jellyfish lake.
Humans have bones, jellyfish don't. Jellyfish are see through, humans aren't. Jellyfish will evaporate in the sun, humans won't. Jellyfish live under water, humans don't. Jellyfish have stinging tentacles, humans don't. Humans have different organs than jellyfish and allot more.
jellyfish still aren't extinct maybe a specific jellyfish
the least dangerous jellyfish is maybe jellyfish that live in freshwater
A Medusa Jellyfish is a type of Jellyfish and lives in the sunlit zone(maybe).
The box jellyfish has rudimentary light sensors, but no jellyfish has eyes.
why would you eat jellyfish why would you eat jellyfish