Characteristics of Vertebrates?

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The common characteristics of vertebrate animals comprise their relatively large size body, the high extent of specialisation of parts they exhibit, their bilaterally proportioned structure, and their extensive distribution over the earth. In addition to an inner skeleton of bone and the cartilage, the vertebrates have a brain enclosed in a cranium, spinal cord, closed circulatory system, and a heart divided into two to four chambers. The classes of vertebrates are: fish, reptiles, birds, amphibians, and mammals.
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