A mouse is an example of an animal with bilateral symmetry. If an imaginary line were drawn from the tip of its nose to the end of its tail, one side would be exactly like the other. More »

Arthropods have bilateral symmetry. When divided into two equal sections, both sides of the arthropod body are mirror images of each other. More »

The characteristics of arthropods include an exoskeleton, well-developed sense organs, jointed appendages, tagmata body regions, a ventral nervous system and bilateral symmetry. Scientists believe that the ancestors of t... More »

Scientists are still pondering the advantages of bilateral symmetry for animals. Top among the possibilities is how this type of symmetry enables effective movement in purposeful and intentional directions for the animal... More »

A "chirotype" is a biological specimen, such as an animal, plant or fungus, that is used preliminarily in an unpublished scientific work as an example of the general kind of organism it is. Once the document describing t... More »

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An example of an animal that starts with the letter "X" is the Xerus inauris, commonly known as the South African ground squirrel. These squirrels can be found in the southern African countries such as South Africa, Bots... More »

Characteristics common to all vertebrates include bilateral symmetry, two pairs of jointed appendages, outer covering of protective cellular skin, metamerism, developed coeloms and internal skeletons, developed brains, v... More »