Vertebrates Invertebrador plants

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vertebrates: are spine endoesquelet. mammals legs Aquatics: aletas, ratpanat: ales.Cps covered pell.glàndules breast. are hemeoterms.pulmons, vivipara, varied diet. monotreme, marsupials, placentals. birds aerodynamic, the legs, feathers, bones eight vec corneum, hemeoterms. lungs, oviparous, food variadal. buzzard, swallow, gray, duck, turkey. Reptilia: potesescates welded poiquiloterms lungs, oviparous, carnivores, ofidis, Saura, turtle, crocodrilians. amphibians: legs, bare skin and Umida, poiquiloterms Adults lungs, and carnivores, larvers-gills, oviparous, matamorfosi: egg-tadpole tail-legged land-fish ..: Spindle, fins, or bony-cartilaginous skeleton, scales or denticles. poiquiloterms, gills, oviparous, carnivores. Chondrichthyes, Osteichthyes.

invertebrates: Porifera: bag pores, filter, fixed to the substrate, no organs or devices, feedback, atrial cavity. celenterats: soft body and tentacles, polyps: (set subtrat) jellyfish: (free-living), carnivores. worms: no soft skeleton platihelmins, nematodes, annelids, molluscs: soft body, head, visceral mass, foot. shell, gills (Aquatics) lungs (land), metamorphosis (some). gastropod, bivalve, cefalòpodeds. arthropod: chitin skeleton, jointed legs, body: segmented head, thorax, abdomen.trèques (land) brènquies (water). silent, some metamorphosis, compound eyes or ocelli. insects, arachnids, crustaceans, myriapods. echinoderms: skeleton plates beneath skin, skin breathe using the apparatus ambulacral some brànquies.carnivors, metamorphosis. Echinoids, asteroïdeus, ofiuroïdeus, holotiuroïdeus, crinoids.



Arthropods: chitin skeleton, jointed legs, body: segmented head, thorax, abdomen.trèques (land) brènquies (water). silent, some metamorphosis, compound eyes or ocelli. insects, arachnids, crustaceans, myriapods. echinoderms: skeleton plates beneath skin, skin breathe using the apparatus ambulacral some brànquies.carnivors, metamorphosis. Echinoids, asteroïdeus, ofiuroïdeus, holotiuroïdeus, crinoids.

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