Invertebrates By abdullah

Arthropods

Arthropods are the biggest insects There bodies are divided into segments their legs bend at joints they soft bodies covered in hard shells called the exoskeleton. here are Arthropods insects. Crustacean Arachnids (spiders) Centipedes millipedes.

Molluscs

Molluscs are the second largest invertebrates. They have soft bodies often protected by hard shells. They mostly live in the water. Here are some examples: of molluscs snails, slugs, clams, mussels, octopus, saruid.

Worms

Worms have long tubular bodies that are divided into segments. Here are examples: earth worms, lug worms, leeches

Jellyfish

Jellyfish have soft circular bodies and their mouth covered by stnging tentacles. Here are examples: jellyfish, coral, sea anemones.

sponges

sponges are aquatic animals with no muscles, no nerves, no head, They do not move, they require the water to bring them food. Their bodies are built of many cells.

Credits:

Created with images by byrev - "arthropods cyanide hydrogen" • Monado - "lobster-2007-12-pic5" • henu - "snail stones mollusc" • PublicDomainPictures - "clam shells molluscs" • OakleyOriginals - "Leeches Suck (but they are great creatures)" • 1499694 - "worm worms earth" • www.metaphoricalplatypus.com - "Jellyfish" • MathisSamuel - "coral diving sea" • Elias Levy - "Barrel Sponge"

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