The primary difference between vertebrates and invertebrates is the presence of a backbone or spinal column, which vertebrates have and invertebrates do not. Examples of vertebrates are humans, dogs, cats and birds. Exam... More »

Vertebrates and invertebrates are similar in a lot of ways. Both are multicellular animals that can reproduce. They both also possess appendages, nerve chord, and have their mouth and head at one end plus anus and reprod... More »

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Stingrays are considered to be vertebrates, as they are classified as cartilaginous fish. Other fish classifications that are vertebrates include bony fish and jawless fish. More »

Animals without a backbone are called invertebrates. These organisms lack a spinal column and cranium base in their body structure. There are over 1 million known species of invertebrates. More »

The main difference between vertebrates and invertebrates is that vertebrates have backbones as part of their endoskeletons, whereas the anatomy of invertebrates lacks this feature. Another difference is that vertebrates... More »

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All centipedes are predators, generally feeding on other invertebrates such as insects and spiders, although larger species will feed on small vertebrates such as lizards. They hunt using the legs on their first body seg... More »

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Invertebrates are creatures without a backbone or similar spinal column, such as bees, spiders, centipedes, lobsters and ticks. They are distinguished from vertebrates, which do possess backbones. Invertebrates are the m... More »