Vertebrates and Invertebrates

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What are vertebrates and invertebrates?
Vertebrates are animals that have a backbone and invertebrates are animals without a backbone
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What ways do you group vertebrates?
You can group vertebrates by the way they absorb oxygen for respiration. Fish have gills to take oxygen from water. Young amphibians also have gills but adult amphibians have lungs and their moist skin to absorb oxygen.
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What ways do you group vertebrates?
Mammals, reptiles and birds have lungs to take in oxygen.
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What other ways do vertebrates group using reproduction?
Some vertebrates reproduce using external fertilisation and others reproduce using internal ferilisation
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What is external fertilisation and internal fertilisation?
external fertilisation is when the adult female releases her eggs into water where they're fertilised by sperm. Internal fertilisation is when the sperm is inside the female
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What is oviparous and viviparous?
Viviparous are giving birth to live young and oviparous is laying eggs
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You can group vertebrates by the way they absorb oxygen for respiration. Fish have gills to take oxygen from water. Young amphibians also have gills but adult amphibians have lungs and their moist skin to absorb oxygen.

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