Are Fish Vertebrates?


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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All fishes ( pices. are vertebrates. Vertebrates are the animals which have a backbone, and a spinal chord. Invertebrates are those who dont.
Animals with an internal skeleton made of bone are called vertebrates.
The backbone provides good support for muscle attachment. Modifications allowed for support of the skull, and attachment of the structures that support the limbs.
Fish have a two chambered heart while mammals and birds have four and three circulatory systems; coronary,systemic and pulmonary. They also are warm blooded. A pulmonary circulation
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