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Invert & Vertebrates

Invertebrate and Vertebrate Animals

soft bodies mollusks
"tubes" segmented worms
"pores" sponges
jointed limbs-feet arthropod
stingers cnidarians
spinney-skin echinoderms
animals with bones vertebrates
animals without bones invertebrates
cold-blooded animals who get heat from their environment ectotherms
warm-blooded animals who can produce their own body heat endotherms
animals with fur or hair that produce milk for their young mammals
animals with feathers, 2 wings, 2 feet, and a beak that lay eggs and breathe with lungs birds
animals that have scaled or plates, lay eggs, and breathe with lungs reptiles
animals that have scales, lay eggs, and breathe with gills fish
animals that lay jelly-like eggs, go through a metamorphosis, breathe with gills then lungs amphibians
there are no ways to split the animal to make mirror images assymetry
there is only one way to split the animal into mirror images bilateral symmetry
there are multiple lines that go through the center point that can split the animal into mirror images. radial symmetry
Created by: JSkardon