All animals that are vertebrates have bones.
Invertebrate animals are animals that have NO bones, such as crabs. Vertebrate animals are animals that HAVE bones, such as dogs.
All animals have bones.
It depends on which animal you are talking about. Some animals without bones are larger than animals with bones. Compare the Giant Pacific Octopus with a mouse.
no not all animals have back bones these animals are called invertebrate
The bones of birds are hollow.
A horse has bones
no boner animals.
Animals with back bones are known as vertebrates
No, animals have only two humeri (large bones in the forelimbs).
Birds have pneumatic bones.
No Bones are in animals Carrots are vegetables
animals with no bones are called invertebrates .meaning no bones in bodyThere are a number of boneless animals including the octopus, squid, star fish, snails, and leeches are a few.
Depends on the animal- there is no one answer. Unless you want to say that ALL bones are in animals.
yes most animals have bones
animals have bones infact everyone has bones
None, dragonflies are not animals that have bones.
If the bones were solid they would be much heavier and the animals would not be able to move as quickly.
nine million animals de a year from broken bones.
The bones of cold-blooded animals have rings similar to growth rings in trees.
technically, sharks have no bones, as their skeleton is made from cartilage.
Yes they do all animals have bones except for worms.
Vertebrae are the bones that comprise the spine of animals with backbones.