Vertebrates and Invertebrates The Animal Kingdom: Vertebrates and Invertebrates By: Sharon Kallaji and Heather Milewski All living things can be put into one of five groups called Kingdoms. The five.

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Vertebrates
and
Invertebrates


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The Animal Kingdom:
Vertebrates
and
Invertebrates
By:

Sharon Kallaji and
Heather Milewski


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All living things can be put into one
of five groups called Kingdoms.
The five Kingdoms are:
Monerans
Protists
Fungi
Plants
Animals


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Monerans

Protists

• Have no nucleus

•Are mostly single celled,
but some are simple many
celled organisms

• Are single celled
organisms

•Have a nucleus and
organelles


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Fungi
• Are many celled organisms

• Do not make their own food
• Absorb food from their
environment


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Plants
• Have chlorophyll
• Make their own food
•Are many celled organisms
•Have cell walls


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• Are many celled organisms

• Do not make their own food
• Obtain food by eating


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All animals can be classified as
belonging to one of two groups:

Those

with

Backbones

OR

Those

without

Backbones


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Animals
without Backbones
are called

Invertebrates.


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There are many
different types of
Invertebrates:
•Sponges

•Anemones and Jellyfish
•Worms
•Snails, Clams and Octopuses

•Starfish and Urchins
•Insects, Spiders, Ticks, Lobsters,
Crabs, and Crayfish


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Sponges
• Are simple animals
• Have only two cell
layers

• Have no Backbone


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Anemones and Jellyfish
• Have tentacles and
stinging cells
• All live in water
• Feed themselves with
their tentacles
• Have no Backbone


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Worms
• Can be flat, round,
or segmented
• Flatworms have a
flat body

• Roundworms have a
round body
• Segmented worms
are divided into
small sections
• Have no Backbone


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Snails, Clams and
Octopuses
• Often have shells
• Have a head, foot and
well developed organs
• Have no Backbone


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Starfish and Urchins
• Have a spiny body
• Are arranged in a
circle, like spokes on
a wheel
• Live on the bottom
of the Ocean
• Have no Backbone


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Insects, Spiders, Lobsters,
Crabs and Crayfish
• Have a shell
like covering
called an
exoskeleton
• Have
jointed legs
• Have a
segmented
body
•Have no
Backbone


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Animals
with Backbones
are called

Vertebrates.


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There are five groups of
Vertebrates:
Fish
Reptiles
Amphibians
Birds
Mammals


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Fish
• Are cold-blooded
• Have gills and scales
• Live in water
• Have a Backbone


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These are Fish


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Fish have Backbones


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Reptiles
•Have scales
•Live on land
•Are cold-blooded
•Usually lay eggs
•Have a Backbone


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These are Reptiles


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Reptiles have Backbones


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Amphibians
•Live in water and on land
•Are cold blooded
•Have smooth skin
•Lay eggs
•Have a Backbone


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These are Amphibians


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Amphibians have Backbones


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Birds
•Have feathers
•Are warm-blooded
•Have hollow bones and
most can fly
•Lay eggs

•Have a Backbone


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These are Birds


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Birds have Backbones


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Mammals
• Have hair or fur
•Are warm-blooded
•Feed milk to their young
•Bear live young (except
monotremes)

•Have a Backbone


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These are Mammals


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Mammals have Backbones


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Review

• Animals without
Backbones are called
invertebrates:

• Animals with
backbones are called
vertebrates:

•Sponges

•Fish

•Anemones and Jellyfish

•Reptiles

•Worms

•Amphibians

•Snails, Clams and Octopuses

•Birds

•Starfish and Urchins

•Mammals

•Insects, Spiders, Ticks,
Lobsters, Crabs, and
Crayfish


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