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Vertebrates Vs. Invertebrates




Paraphrasing information and recalling relevant information from experiences and or from print or digital sources is another way to express your findings and or recording your thoughts and organizing your ideas. Please share your information of what you have discovered in science today with vertebrates and invertebrates.





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“Vertebrates Vs. Invertebrates”

  1. November 12th, 2014 at 11:10 am      Reply Diana Says:

    Dear Viewers,

    Well even if I am in this class I have just started this very cool project! I have a lot of facts like Arthropods are the biggest part of Invertebrates. Also Invertebrates have no back bones and Vertebrates do have a back bone. One more fact is humans are Vertebrates because we have a spine these are just a little bit of the facts I know. More cooler facts are coming your way.

    Your Buddy,

  2. November 12th, 2014 at 11:12 am      Reply Kyle Says:

    Dear bloggers,

    Here is some facts. Humans are vertebrates. Vertebrates have back bones and invertebrates have no back bone. Not every thing is a vertebrate. Here is the groups of vertebrates mammals,fish,reptile,bird and amphibian.

    Your friend,

  3. November 12th, 2014 at 11:17 am      Reply jacky Says:

    Dear Mrs.Renzulli,
    I’ve found out about vertebrates and invertebrates. A kangaroo is a vertebrate and a jellyfish and a tarantula is an invertebrates. Vertebrates have a backbone and an invertebrate does not have a backbone.

    Your friend,

  4. November 12th, 2014 at 11:28 am      Reply Hannah Says:

    Dear Bloggers,

    We are learning about Vertebrates and invertebrates.Vertebrates have back bones.Invertebrates have no back bones.Vertebrates can live in and out of the water.Invertebrates well,many live in the ocean.There are different kinds of vertebrates and invertebrates.Some invertebrates have jointed legs.

    Love, Hannah

  5. November 12th, 2014 at 12:11 pm      Reply Mckenzie Says:

    Did you know,

    The crab is a crustaceans and have a hard shell that covers their soft skin , Grasshoppers are a typical insect because it has six legs and three main body parts , Also the jellyfish stings it’s pray with tiny poison darts from it’s tentacles. What do you think about it Mrs. Renzulli?

  6. November 12th, 2014 at 12:17 pm      Reply Jake Says:

    Vertebrates have backbones. Invertebrates don’t have backbones. There is different types of vertebrates like fish,reptiles, birds, mammals rodents and primates. Invertebrates have 21% and vertebrates have 4%. Crabs are invertebrates grasshoppers are invertebrates their are different types of invertebrates. Vertebrates can be on land or water. We are vertebrates.

  7. November 12th, 2014 at 12:20 pm      Reply Zoe Says:

    Dear Bloggers,

    We are learning about vertebrates and invertebrates.Here are some facts that I learned about vertebrates and invertebrates.I learned that animals with a back bone go to a group called vertebrates.Also that animals without a back bone go to a group called invertebrates.I also learned that vertebrates are the most complex animals.The most invertebrates live in the oceans.Also vertebrates are the same temperature that’s around them.Did you know that vertebrates are reptiles too.Those are sum interesting facts I learned about invertebrates and vertebrates.

    Your Friend,

  8. November 12th, 2014 at 12:23 pm      Reply Amerie Says:

    Dear Mrs.Renzulli

    What we are learning is so cool I love how we are learning about the Vertebrates and Invertebrates.Can we do a 3D version of it?Here is a fact I learned about the Vertebrates:There are five groups of the Vertebrates-mammals,birds,reptiles,amphibians and fish.

    Your friend,

  9. November 12th, 2014 at 12:24 pm      Reply Samantha Says:

    Dear Bloggers,

    Vertebrates facts :
    There is a system vertebrates have were it brings a message to there brain and back . They also have another system that brings nutrients, water , and oxygen in there blood . There are five different groups of vertebrates there are mammals , birds , reptiles , amphibians and fish.
    invertebrates facts:
    Animals with out a backbone are called invertebrates .there are more invertebrates then vertebrates .The word invertebrates means a very big group of animals.

  10. November 12th, 2014 at 12:25 pm      Reply Callie Says:

    Did you now

    The snail is a mollusk. It uses its shell for protection.The tarantula is an arachnid. It has eight legs and no antennae. The christmas tree worm lives in tube it builds on coral reefs.

  11. November 14th, 2014 at 1:44 pm      Reply Kyle M. Says:

    Dear Mrs. Renzulli,

    These are 3 facts about invertebrates. 1. Animals with a backbone are called vertebrates. 2. The respiratory system brings oxygen to the blood and removes carbon dioxide. 3. There is a reproductive system in an animal with a backbone. If you want to know where I found my information in my science textbook. Now I will give you 3 facts about invertebrates. 1. The term invertebrate refers to an informal collection of a very giant number of animals without backbones, that are still living today. 2. Invertebrates eat everything if it was it was alive but it is not now or anything that is alive. 3. Most of the worlds parasites are invertebrates so ants, flies, and bedbugs are invertebrates. If you want to know where all 3 of my facts came from check this website out

    This comment was made by,
    Kyle M.

  12. November 14th, 2014 at 2:20 pm      Reply Kenny Says:

    Vertebrates are a animal that has a back bone.
    Invertebrates are a animal that dose not have a back bone

    Your friend Kenny

  13. November 14th, 2014 at 2:41 pm      Reply derrik Says:

    Dear Bloggers,

    The Animal Kingdom is a large and diverse group, the Animal Kingdom is divided into two groups of vertebrate and invertebrate, a fish is a vertebrate, a kangaroo is a mammal.

    Your Friend,


  14. November 14th, 2014 at 2:43 pm      Reply Isaiah Says:

    Dear Mrs. Renzulli

    I now that a kangeroo is a mammal because it has a pouch and it is a vertebrate and does have a back bone. Invertebrates don’t have back bones like the grasshopper.

  15. November 14th, 2014 at 2:48 pm      Reply tritan Says:

    Dear Bloggers,

    A vertebrate has back bones. Invertebrate don’t have bones.



  16. November 14th, 2014 at 2:55 pm      Reply Gabriel Says:

    Dear Mrs.Renzulli
    A kangaroo is a mammal. A kangaroo mother nurses her baby while
    it inside her pouch.

  17. November 14th, 2014 at 2:59 pm      Reply Maddy Says:

    Dear bloggers crabs are jointed and some reptiles don’t have a backbone and a salamander is a amphibian and they are so sticky on ther hands.

  18. November 14th, 2014 at 3:01 pm      Reply Ashton Says:

    Kangaroos are vertebrates and can jump high and hurt a lot, and jellyfish are invertebrates and poison there enemies. spiders are arachnids and they’re not vertebrates. I’ve learned so much. Thank you for teaching us.

    your friend,

  19. December 3rd, 2014 at 2:04 pm      Reply jack Says:

    Dear classmates,
    What animals go in the reptile collum?

    Your friend,

  20. December 3rd, 2014 at 3:04 pm      Reply Audree Says:

    yes ashton u are right but jellyfish can swim with there tenicals thats how they jump and they have ink in them so if a predtor comes by then they can kill them

    your friend

  21. December 4th, 2014 at 1:50 pm      Reply Hannah Says:

    Dear Bloggers,

    I am reading “Molly Moons Incredible Book of Hypnotism.”It is about a girl in that dose not have a famliy but lives in a helping house.She day dreams a lot.She found a book and it can help you hypnotism.That is all I know.

    Your friend,

  22. January 7th, 2015 at 1:36 pm      Reply Gavin Says:

    Dear readers,

    The “Skeleton Creek”, it is fun, cool, relaxing, and nail biting book, but my favorite is the pictures and the way that they uses the words.A will not gite to mush in to the book that is for you find out.

    your friend,

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