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Invertebrate ID Guide

This guide will help you identify invertebrate animals that you find in your schoolyard. It is only for INVERTEBRATES! Invertebrates are animals with no bones; they have either no legs or six or more legs. To identify birds, mammals, frogs, snakes, fish, turtles, toads, and other vertebrates, look at the other picture sheets or ask your teacher if there is field guide you can use.

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