Why are vertebrates classified into different groups?
vertbrates are classified into different groups cause they have backbone and spine of structures for each group
invertebrate has backbones and vertebrates has no backbone Animals can be classified into two main groups: Vertebrates and invertebrates. The main difference between vertebrates and invertebrates is that invertebrates do not have a backbone or a spinal column. Examples of vertebrates are birds and snakes while some invertebrates are insects and flatworms.
Vertebrates can be classified into five groups, based on their skin covering, how they reproduce, how they maintain body temperature, and characteristics of their limbs (arms and legs, or their equivalent such as wings or fins). The 5 classes of vertebrates are as follows: # Fish # Amphibians # Reptiles # Birds # Mammals
According to their common traits. The main division is into the 2 categories: vertebrates (with backbone) and invertebrates (without backbone). Vertebrates can be sub-divided into 5 groups: Fish, Reptiles, Amphibians, Birds and Mammals. Livings things are classified into: Domain Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species
Classifying means sorting out. like classifying the living organisms. animals are classified in 2 groups: vertebrates and invertebrates. plants are also classified into 2 groups: produces seeds and produces spores; arranging or distributing objects, events, information, putting them in class according to a method or system.