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Primitive multicellular organisms that do not move and only have cellular organization, more like a single tissue.

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    Phylum Porifera - The Sponges

    Phylum Porifera - The Sponges

    by Eric Wendland //at grade
    Discusses characteristics of sponges.
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    Sponges

    Sponges

    by Tom Willis //at grade
    Discusses characteristics of sponges.
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    Sponges

    Sponges

    by Jaisel Sandhu //at grade
    This video will help you learn about the phylum porifera (sponges). The video talks about where sponges fall in the animal kingdom, their structure and reproduction system, examples of common sponges and much more. Courtesy of Iken Edu
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    Feeding The Deep

    Feeding The Deep

    by Ana Elliott //at grade
    Covers marine snow and energy flow throughout the oceans and how global wide changes affect the cycling of materials through the ocean.
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