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Chordata

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Kingdom:Animalia
Phylum/Division:Chordata

Description

The phylum Chordata comprises animals characterised by having, at some time in their life cycle, a notochord, a hollow dorsal nerve cord, pharyngeal slits, an endostyle, and a post-anal tail.

The class Actinopterygii is a group of chordates comprising the ray-finned fishes that possess lepidotrichia or "fi…
This is a class of ectothermic (‘cold blooded’) vertebrates with thin, scale-less skin. Most species can liv…
The class Aves (commonly called birds) is a group of vertebrate animals characterised by feathers covering the body and …
The Class Chondrichthyes comprises cartilaginous fishes characterised by having their skeletons made of cartilage instea…
This is a class of vertebrates with mammary glands, and usually with hair and four limbs. The majority of mammals are li…
Reptiles are ectothermic vetebrates with an outer covering made up of scales or scutes. Many of them are oviparous, layi…
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