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The invertebrates is the group of animals that have no backbone. In principle, this includes all animals with the exception of the vertebrate. Given the vertebrates is relatively only a limited group of shapes is a bit of a lump term for most animals, and taxonomic relevance of 'invertebrates' is therefore limited. Among the invertebrates, we can find among others the following groups, whose current fossil representatives are found:
- Porifa (sponges);
- Arthropods (arthropods);
- Cnidaria (cnidarians);
- Mollusca (molluscs);
- Echinodermata (echinoderms).
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