Unit 3 - Invertebrates

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Octopus vulgaris

Developed by:Saad, Jessica, Gisselle

Characteristics:


  • Size: most invertebrates are very small, but some, such as giant squids, are enormous.
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a giant squid









  • Body shape: most invertebrates are symmetrical, but some have irregular bodies.

  • Body Covering: many invertebrates bodies are protected by shells or exokeletons, but others have no covering.

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More Information:

invertebrates are multicellular.The cells are working together for the survival of the organism.invertebrates do not have backbone.
Most invertebrates can move. They can't make their own food.We eat things, whether it is plants or other animals.

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