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Depending on an animal’s internal structure, they can be either vertebrates or invertebrate, like the insects.
Vertebrate animals have an internal skeleton made up of bones. Bones are very strong, and give shape to their bodies, it’s what holds them upright. The spine or backbone is made of a series of articulated pieces of bones called the vertebrae and this allows the body to move and flex in a certain way.
Vertebrates are classified into five big groups: fish, reptiles, amphibians, birds and mammals. Their bodies are divided into a head, torso and limbs. Some are aquatic like the fish, other terrestrial like the elephant and others can fly like birds and bats. In this video dedicated to preschool and primary children we will learn about vertebrates and their differences in comparison to the invertebrates.
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