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Is a spider monkey a invertebrate or vertebrate?

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Is a spider monkey a invertebrate or vertebrate?

Vertebrates and Invertebrates:

Invertebrates are a type of animal that don't have internal skeletons. Vertebrates get their name because they do have internal skeletons, specifically, vertebrae, or backbones.

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Spider monkeys, like Spider Man, are mammals with spider-like powers. Spider monkeys are a type of monkey with long skinny arms that are reminiscent...

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Spider monkeys are one of the largest new world monkeys. They live in rainforests and use their long arms, legs, and tails to easily move through the trees. These monkeys are not only unique, but unfortunately, many of them are endangered. In this lesson, you will learn about spider monkeys and how they live.


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