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Is a starfish a invertebrates or vertebrates?
Star fish is an invertebrate . It comes under the phylum Echinodermata of non- Chordates.
No. A starfish has a hard shell and its inside is onlyorgans. To be considered a vertebrate the starfish wouldneed a spine and an internal skeleton (not to mention a head)…. Theyare, therefore, classified as invertebrates .
they have invertebrates invertebrates Starfish are invertebrates because they have no spine. invertebrate - thanks to my science teacher she just taught the class about inv…ertebrates etc. starfish are vertabrates
\nA starfish has no back bone so therefore is an invertebrate
they are vertabrates
no they don't have a backbone. so they are a invertebrate.
Then you are just a clump of skin.
Vertebrates are animals that have a back bone, while invertebrates don't.
A backbone, or spinal column.
Yes, sea stars are invertebrates. Specifically, they are echinoderms.
A starfish is an invertebrate. They may seem like an vertebrate at times because when dry become hard, as a backbone.
Nope - they lack any internal skeleton - and so are invertebrates.