vertebrated


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ver·te·brat·ed

(ver'tĕ-brāt'ĕd),
Jointed; composed of segments arranged longitudinally as in certain instruments.
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Alongside birds, lots of other vertebrated and invertebrate animal species take shelter in the Delta of Bendimahi.
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In 330 trapnights, 305 small vertebrated were captured to include nine species of amphibians, nine reptile species, and eight mammal species.
The fourth class of vertebrated animals is, by comparison, much the poorest here.