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Transcript of sponges
they don't have nervous, digestive, or circulatory systems. body structure they can act as male or female.
pieces of their body are broken off by water and carried to another place, where the sponge will grow into a clone of the parent sponge . sponges filter feed reproduction food environment examples don't have internal organs invertebrate asymmetrical-no symmetry heterotrophs multicellular, heterotrophic, lack cell walls most sexually some asexually the water flow system supports all these functions particles out of the water flowing through them also called intracellular digestion Sea turtles, crustaceans, fish and echinoderms all prey on sponges Sponges are omnivorous they primarily eat bacteria, phytoplankton and bits out of the water most sponge species are known to have a more carnivorous diet, eating small fish and crustaceans on the reefs they are attached to the ocean floor most can be found in the Mediterranean sea, Caribbean sea. and off the coast of Florida can be harvested in shallow water most sponges live in salt water less than 200 sponge species inhabit freshwater habitats sea sponge,calcareous sponge,siliceous sponge Azure Vase Sponge Breadcrumb Sponge Gray Puffball Sponge strawberry sponge Sea Whip Cobalt Sponge