Invertebrates are so numerous and diverse that nobody can fail to notice them: from bees and flies buzzing around garden flowers, to flying ants in late summer and the scuttling of house spiders across the lounge carpet in autumn! All are members of the huge group of small creatures without backbones that are collectively known as invertebrates.
Garden bumblebee, by Julian Thomas

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