Vertebrates are living things, but invertebrates are nonliving things.
Vertebrates have a skeleton, which is usually made of bones.
Vertebrates live on land, in water, or in the air.
Vertebrates include all animals, and invertebrates include all plants.
All vertebrates are animals.
All animals are vertebrates.
No vertebrates have backbones.
All invertebrates have backbones.
Branches of a tree
Paint on a house
Sides of a coin
Juice in a bottle
They have hair on their bodies.
They breathe with gills.
They produce milk for their young.
They are warm-blooded.
They are cold-blooded.
Vascular plants grow in cold climates; nonvascular plants grow in warm climates.
Vascular plants grow in water; nonvascular plants grow on land.
Vascular plants have tubes for transporting food and water; nonvascular plants do not have tubes.
Vascular plants are always short; nonvascular plants are always tall.
A plant that produces seeds inside fruit
A plant that does not have tubes for transporting food and water
A plant that has cones
Only trees are angiosperms
An angiosperm because it produces fruit
A gymnosperm because it produces cones
Non-vascular because it is very short