Are fish invertebrates yes or no?
There are an estimated 1.3 million species of invertebrates found all around the world and they make up about 97% of all the animal species of earth. Fish are considered vertebrates (with a backbone), and most fish have scales, fins, and gills.
Why is a fish an invertebrate?
Invertebrates are animals without a backbone.
What are 5 examples of fish vertebrates?
- jawless fish, which include hagfish and lampreys.
- jawed vertebrates, which include: cartilaginous fish (sharks, rays, and ratfish) bony vertebrates, which include: ray-fins (the majority of living bony fish) lobe-fins, which include: coelacanths and lungfish.