๐Ÿฆ‡Tiny in the NHM: Invertebrates!

Tiny in the Natural History Museum - Ocean Invertebrates

๐ŸฆžHEY KIDS!๐ŸฆžTiny the Lesser-long Eared Bat here. We're back in the Natural History Museum today exploring the ocean invertebrates cabinet!An invertebrate is a creature that doesn't have a backbone. A backbone is a series of small bones, or vertebrate, that extend from the skull to the pelvis. Because we have a backbone, we, and other animals that have backbones, are classified as vertebrates.What invertebrates can you see in our video exploration?Draw your discoveries and post your creations in the comments below!Curious for more? Explore what other creatures are classified as vertebrates or invertebrates and find more information on the invertebrates in the Natural History Museum at www.unediscoveryvoyager.org.au/resources/

Posted by UNE Discovery on Monday, 13 April 2020

HEY KIDS!

Tiny the Lesser-long Eared Bat here. We’re back in the Natural History Museum today exploring the ocean invertebrates cabinet!

An invertebrate is a creature that doesn’t have a backbone. A backbone is a series of small bones, or vertebrate, that extend from the skull to the pelvis.ย  Because we have one, we, and other animals that have backbones, are classified as vertebrates.

What invertebrates can you see in our video exploration?

Use the activity sheet below to draw your discoveries and explore what other creatures are classified as vertebrates or invertebrates.

Invertebrates Activity Sheet (K-10)
Curious to discover the creatures in the video? Click here!