Invertebrates (terrestrial and freshwater)

Invertebrates are amazingly diverse. A staggering 97 percent of the world’s described species are invertebrates, and all characteristically lack a backbone, bony skeleton and true jaws. Terrestrial and freshwater invertebrates are essential to our ecosystems, but are under threat from habitat loss, pollution and competition with non-native species.

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