A starfish is an invertebrate.
Yes! :) Because it doesn't have backbone .
yes!! star fish is an invertebrate!
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 .
starfish is an invertebrate, precisely phylum echinodermata.
Yes the starfish is an invertabrate. Whoever thought it wasn't an invertebrate because it was an echinoderm is a nimrod because an echinoderm is a classification of an inverte…vbrate. i am in 8th grade and my textbook says it is an invertebrate, and my teacher is awesome. Your welcome.
Starfish are invertebrates because they have no spine. invertebrate - thanks to my science teacher she just taught the class about invertebrates etc.
<big> they have invertebrates
A starfish has no back bone so therefore is an invertebrate
they are vertabrates
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.