Are Fish Vertebrates?

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Fish are vertebrates. Vertebrate are animals that are members of the subphylum Vertebrata with backbone and spinal columns. Fish that have skeletons consisting of hard rubber-like cartilage rather than bone are members of the class Chondrichthye.
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