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How can she tell if the animals are vertebrates or invertebrates?
Meerkats are vertebrate, because they are mammals. You can tell because they are warm blooded, have hair, breathe oxygen, and give birth without eggs. They also reproduce …sexually.
Amphibians are vertebrate animals. All amphibians are vertebrates. They have a spine and spinal cord, and an internal skeleton. They belong to the Phylum Chordata. All amphi…bians have a backbone and are vertebrates. Fish and plants do not have a backbone but all mammals and and amphibians do have one.
About 95% of animals are invertebrates.
A vertebrate. Invertebrates, like jelly fish, have no backbone, but pandas do, last time I checked. Pandas have backbones, which mean that they are vertebrates.
Vertebrate. A vertebrate is an animal with a backbone. Bears have backbones.
I would say invertebrate because of how many species of arthropods there are. :)
There is no animal that is both vertebrate and invertebrate, asvertebrate means that said organism has a spine. Some examples ofvertebrate animals include humans, dogs, snakes…, and birds.Invertebrates include organisms like jellyfish, crustaceans,insects, worms, and corals. There are different divisions of bothinvertebrates and vertebrates. For invertebrates, the sections are: . Arthropods (arachnids, crustaceans, insects, and others); . Molluscs (octopi, squids, and others); . Echinoderms (starfish, sea urchins, sea cucumbers) . Porifera (sponges) . Cnidarians (jellyfish) . Platyhelminthes flatworms) . Nematoda (roundworms) . Annelida - segmented worms . Bryozoa - sea mats or moss animals (occasionally resemblecoral) Types of vertebrates include: . Fish . Reptiles . Mammals . Birds . Amphibians All of these things, both invertebrates and vertebrates, belong tothe kingdom of Animalia.
A cactus is not an animal it is a plant.
to tell if an animal is an invertibrate or a vertebrate you just have to feel it if it has a backbone. If it does, its a vertebrate like us, but if it doesn't then it is a inv…ertebrate like a worm.
Vertebrates are animals with backbones, invertebrates are animals without backbones.
The last answer to this question was right, but wrong in the same way. Does a snail have a bockbone? NO! Does an abalone have a backbone? NO! How about a turtle? Actually, yes…, it does. So what the correct answer to this question should be is, animals with shells may or may not have a backbone, therefore some animals with shells are invertabrates, and some are vertabrates.
no, you either have, or dont have a back bone.
Animals with exoskeletons are invertebrates.
In Animal Life
Cats are vertebrates because they have a spine. Vertebrates are animals that have backbones. An invertebrate is an animal that has no spine.
Fungi are neither plants or animals, they are fungi. Once again, fungi are neither invertebrates or vertebrates, they are fungi.