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  • clams
  • Shrimp, horseshoe crabs, sea stars, corals and clams are just a few sea creatures that lay claim to this animal classification. (go.com)
  • Thanks to specialized, temperature-controlled aquariums and sand environments, invertebrates such as corals, clams, horseshoe crabs, shrimp and hermit crabs can thrive without having to worry about predators swimming nearby at The Seas with Nemo & Friends at Epcot. (go.com)
  • worms
  • Describe and compare the structure and function of a variety of different worms and worm like animals. (edu.au)
  • Conservation
  • Come in contact with a wide variety of crawling "inverts"-a nickname for invertebrates, at Disney's Animal Kingdom park while visiting Conservation Station at Rafiki's Planet Watch. (go.com)
  • As a part of its initiative to Reverse the Decline of at-risk wildlife, the Disney Conservation Fund (DCF) and Disney's Animals, Science, and Environment team are working with the University of Florida to protect butterflies in Florida and California. (go.com)
  • Structure
  • Today, we're going to see some animals by the internal structure of their bodies. (multidict.net)
  • Describe and compare the structure and function of animals that cannot be seen readily with the naked eye. (edu.au)
  • bodies
  • The spores borne on these fruiting bodies disperse in the wind, or in or on, the bodies of animals feeding on them e.g. springtails, flies. (edu.au)
  • eyes
  • So we tend to prioritize (and prefer) animals that have four limbs, a head with two eyes, a nose, a mouth (with a jaw and teeth) and two ears, and hair or fur, though preferably without a tail. (coolgalapagos.com)
  • item
  • Local people prize the animal as a food item, and it is sometimes used as a house pet. (eol.org)
  • face
  • Names and faces float through her mind like ghosts Catalogue of glass models of invertebrate animals still haunted her but as always, a smile forms on her face and she remembers only love. (firmsfood.com)