Marine vertebrate

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Marine vertebrates are vertebrates which live in a marine environment. These primarily include fish, seabirds, marine reptiles, and marine mammals. These animals have an internal skeleton and make up about 4%[citation needed] of the sea's animal population.

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  • Marine Biology - Prof. Eernisse California State University, Fullerton

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