26th November 2019

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What is the meaning of vertebrate and invertebrate?

An invertebrate is an animal without a backbone. Invertebrate animals include fruit flies and sea sponges. Your backbone allows you to stand up straight, and it also allows you to be grouped with the other vertebrates: animals with backbones. Invertebrates are the opposite: they have no backbone.

What is the main difference between invertebrates and vertebrates?

The major difference between Vertebrates and Invertebrates is that Vertebrates(e.g human beings) have a backbone or spinal cord whereas invertebrates lack backbone.Vertebrates are always bilaterally symmetrical, while invertebrates could show either bilateral or radial symmetry.

What is meant by vertebrates and invertebrates?

A vertebrate is an animal that has a backbone and a skeleton. Vertebrate animals include humans. When you think about vertebrates, think about bones: this word has to do with animals that have a lot of bones, in the form of a skeleton. Animals without a backbone are called invertebrates.
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