conclusion animal kingdom
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.
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.
Vertebrates are animals with backbones, invertebrates are animals without backbones.
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.
no, you either have, or dont have a back bone.
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back bone or not back bone
Cats are vertebrates because they have a spine. Vertebrates are animals that have backbones. An invertebrate is an animal that has no spine.
About 95% of animals are invertebrates.
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.
By definition, a vertebrate is an organism which has a backbone. So, if you really want to make sure, you could perform an examination on a dead dolphin, cut it open, and see …if there is a backbone (there is).
vertebrate = has a back bone invertebrate = has no back bone
Animal Classification determines if an animal is Invertebrate or Vertebrate.
No, it is a non-vertebrate animal, belonging to class insecta.
A cactus is not an animal it is a plant.
back boned or not back boned