Bilateral Symmetry

Bilateral Symmetry

Bilateral symmetry is when an organism has two matching sides, the left and right. If a line was drawn down the middle of the organism the left and the right side are the same. Some examples of species that have bilateral symmetry are Arthropods, and humans. The image shown shows a frog, this frog is equivalent on both sides of its body. Both the left and right sides are symmetrical.


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by | August 28, 2012 · 6:31 pm

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