What Are the Five Classes of Vertebrates?

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The five classes of vertebrae are fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. The distinguishing feature of vertebrates is that they have backbones, unlike invertebrates that do not have backbones. Vertebrates are divided based on characteristics such as the animal's overall structure, reproductive system and skin covering.
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