Invertebrates do not have a backbone, which is a spine.
Creatures like insects, worms, snails, squid, and octopus are
they are invertebrates with jointed legs.........
Vertebrates have spinal cords, internal skeletons and backbones. Invertebrates do not have these characteristics. Some examples of invertebrates include jellyfish, earthworms and snails.?æ
they do not have back bones
The presece of a vertebrate.
Invertebrates are organisms that do not have a backbone or spine. A small, well known group that shares characteristics are sponges. Sponges
They don't have a backbone / spine.
They do not have a backbone / spine.
invertebrates are animals without backbones
they don't have a back bone
Here are some characteristics of flatworms: They have flat bodies and are very thin. They have both an anterior and posterior head. They are invertebrates with bilateral symmetry. Some flat worms are parasites.
Vertebrates have a skeleton on the inside and invertebrates have them on the outside. Also, only vertebrates have spines.
They live in sea. They are invertebrates. Invertebrates are animals with no backbone. They also have stinging cells.
the 8 groups of invertebrates are the arthropods, poriferans, platyheminthes, coelenterates, nematoeds, mollusks, echinoderms, and annelids
They have bilateral symmetry and are invertebrates.
one of them was invertebrates and vertebrates i think