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Biology Basics: Invertebrates — Jolie Canoli

Invertebrates are definitely some of the weirdest, creepiest, slimiest and most interesting creatures on earth. Worms, bugs, octopus and jellyfish all fall into the category of inveterate animals. When looking at the classification of the animal kingdom, there are 9 major phylum, and 8 of these are

invertebrate | Definition, Characteristics, Examples, Groups, & Facts | Britannica

Invertebrate, any animal that lacks a vertebral column, or backbone, in contrast to the cartilaginous or bony vertebrates. Apart from the absence of a vertebral column, invertebrates have little in common. More than 90 percent of all living animal species are invertebrates.

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Cuttlefish Facts: The World's Most Unique Marine Animal

Cuttlefish are spectacular animals, cunning and curious, with a strange beauty. They possess amazing camouflage abilities a chameleon wishes it had, and are the world's most intelligent invertebrate. This article will tell you why the cuttlefish is my favorite animal.

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The Butterfly Biosphere is home to over 160,000 individuals bugs. To maintain such a large collection, we have a team that works diligently and passionately to ensure these invertebrates have the highest levels of health, safety, and well being that we can provide. Join us for a Day in the Life of an Entomologist!
This sweet, lovingly drawn Dumbo Octopus will brighten up your day! Isn't it the sweetest invertebrate you've ever seen?
In this video, we explore the fascinating ability of sea slugs to use autotomy as a self-defense mechanism in the marine ecosystem. Sea slugs are a type of marine invertebrate that can be found in oceans all around the world. When threatened by a predator, some species of sea slugs have the ability to shed or detach a portion of their body, usually their tail, to escape and avoid being eaten.
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