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Invertebrates. By S pencer Houston and Brady M urphy. SH. invertebrates. By: Brady Murphy. Mollusk. EX : sea snail Definition : Soft body and no bones Body Systems : On these animals , the mantle is a tough layer that forms a covering for the soft body.

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  1. Invertebrates By Spencer Houston and Brady Murphy SH

  2. invertebrates By: Brady Murphy

  3. Mollusk EX: sea snail Definition: Soft body and no bones Body Systems: On these animals , the mantle is a tough layer that forms a covering for the soft body. Reproduction: They release eggs and sperm into the water, where the eggs are fertilized. Food: Snails have an organ is celled a raolule. Habitats: sea water Problems: Birds Fun Facts: snails shell changes color. BM

  4. Echinoderm's EX: Sea Animals Definition: Echinoderm's are invertebrates that have internal skeleton's and spines sticking out from it’s body. Body systems – Underneath the sea stars are rays of soft tentacles and tube feet. Reproduction- The female sea star lays a million eggs at a time. Food- They eat dead crabs or dead fish. Sometimes thay eat meat. Habitat- They live in all the oceans of the world, mostly around coral reefs. Predators and problems- Other animals in the oceans and humans. Fun Facts- Sea stars can grow back there arms. BM

  5. Arthropods • EX: spider • Definition: An animal that has a jointed exoskeleton and joined limbs. • Body systems: book lungs it is a symmetrical body and has eight legs and pincers or fang to usually inject poison but not all spiders inject poison. • Reproduction: reproduces sexually the female lays eggs. • Food: animals are there food the use poison or sharp pincers to get there food. • Habitat: the kind of live everywhere in the world like houses holes and walls. • Predators and problem: Humans step on them because we are usually afraid of the them. • They make there on house out of web and they live in it. SH

  6. Nematodes EX:Rouded Worms Definition:An animal, with a round tube body, that has a digestives system with to opens. Body Systems: Mandy round worms harm often organsins in which they live and feed. Food: It is used to take in food and to push out wastes. To eat, a planarian externs a tube form it mouth. Habitat: Rocks- live in soil. Fun Facts: Sucks small parasites liquids into the animals. BM

  7. Sponges • Ex Venus flower basket • Definition: is a type of animal that filters water that it live in to get food . • Body System's The beating motion of the worm with structures force water thru the sponge. • Reproduction they reproduce sexually with eggs and sperms. • Food A living sponge filters the water to get food. • Habitat Lives at the bottom of the sea and on oe next to coral reefs. • Problems clams and humans , fish and lobsters will eat the sponges. SH

  8. Flatworms • Definition. Has a flat body. • Body System sense organs and has body organs. • Reproduction. Sex organs they can lay eggs. • Food has a digestive system with one opening. • Habitat lives in all oceans and by coral reefs. • Problems fish and jellyfish eat the flatworms. SH

  9. Mollusks • Definition An animal with a soft body and no bones. • Body system has a body shell called a mantle. • Reproduction Has eggs and sperm they can make babies called larva. • Food Muscular foot to burrow in the sand in the ocean. Uses foot to move. • Habitat Lives in the seas and oceans. • Problems Fish, octopuses, squids clams or lobsters all eat mollusks. SH

  10. Cnidarians EX: Box Jelly Fish Definition: An animal with tentacles that have a silley to sting its prey or predator. Body Systems: Mouth, stomach, and tentacle, NO ORGRENS, CELLS. Reproduction: Two parts life cycle. Food: Meat Habitat: Lives in all water sea water and slat water. Promblems: Sea turtes. Fun Facts: They sting predators to live. BM

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