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Animals: Vertebrates

Animals: Vertebrates

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Examination of vertebrates provides opportunity to understand life on a scientific level. Elevate your level of mastery by learning to contrast concepts such as endotherm and ectotherm and discover why the spinal cord is vital to all vertebrates. Begin classifying forms of life by identifying which types feature an endoskeleton and which do not.

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    Batman natangwe 9 months ago

    What is the first group of vertebrates

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    luke — almost 2 years ago

    do all invertabrets have a hard covering

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      Alexa Wuorinen answered 6 months ago

      INVERTEBRATES don't have a hard covering to protect them at some cost. VERTEBRATES do. I am a VERTEBRATE due to the fact that I am a human, worms are INVERTEBRATES due to the fact they have no bones.

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      Hyrum Lott answered almost 2 years ago

      No. Invertebrates such as a worm or squid lack a hard covering.

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    Nikki Amira Palen almost 2 years ago

    how long usaully do animals live

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      Alexa Wuorinen answered 6 months ago

      It really depends. If you are looking for a specific animal, goggle it. That works for me! *thumbs up and a smile*

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      Mitchell Olson answered almost 2 years ago

      depends what animal, is it a animal with vertebrates, and is it warm or cold blooded.

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