Is a bumblebee a vertibrate?
is a fish a vertibrate
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A bumblebee is a physics anomaly that is able to fly when by itsvery design it should not. The Bumblebee is a large passive hairybee that lives in small colonies underground.
No, a jellyfish does not have a backbone.
The butterfly is not a vertibrate. It belongs to the phylum Arthropoda, Jointed foot and the class Insecta.
An invertebrate is an animal that does not have a backbone.
yes it is a vertebrate
Both of them are living things that have the ability to adapt their environment and have the capacity to generate offspring. They both can live on land and in the water.
It is their backbone or spine.
The answer is vertebrate
No beetles are not vertebrates.
What is a broken vertbrae
human because we have backbones
Look to see if the animal has a backbone. All vertebrates have a vertebral column made of vertebrae - a backbone!