Animals without A spine are called invertebrates.
Animals without an vertebral column, which would be a backbone or spine, are called Invertebrates.The "in" prefix of the word meaning "without" Therefore 'in'--without, 'vertebrate' --bone/s in the column of the spine.
All animals in the invertebrate kingdom. This includes all insects.
Invertibrates are animals without a backbone (spine), eels have backbones and therefore they are NOT invertebrates.
no animals can be born without eyes
Animals can be divided into two groups Vertebrates (animals with a spine) & Invertebrates (animals with no spine)
No, they are invertabrate animals.
Generally speaking, all worms lack a spine. Creatures without a spine are commonly referred to as invertibrates.
One way to classify animals is by the presence or absence of a backbone. Animals with a spine are known as vertebrates, while animals without them are known as invertebrates.
Vertebrates are animals with a backbone (a.k.a a spine) we are vertebrates and so are the rest of the mammal kingdom. Invertebrates are animals without a backbone like crustacean (Crabs) and Arachne and insects.