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are invertebrate animals that usually have no bone symmetry and never have tissue or organs sponges
is an immature formof an animal of an animalthat looks very different from the adult larva
jellyfish coral sea anemones cnidarians
cnidarians use what to capture food and defend themselves stinging cells
the vase-shape body plan is called a polyp
the bowl-shape body plan is called a medusa
cnidarians live in a colony
built by cnidarians coral reef
what are the 3 major worm classification flat worm round worm segmented worm
long flat body flat worm
long round body round worm
long round body made up of linked segments segmented warms
organism that lives inside or on an organism parasite
the parasite takes its food from its host
does not live in or on any other organism free-living organism
they feed on dead or decomposing animals scavengers
the waste opening anus
earthworms and segmented worms have bodies made up of segments
where the blood moves through blood vessels closed circulartory system
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