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How Are Vertebrates and Invertebrates Alike?

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Invertebrates have no back bone while vertebrates have well-developed internal skeleton of cartilage and bone and highly developed brain enclosed by a skull. Their nerve cord is enclosed by the vertebrae and have well-developed sensory organs and
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