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PLANARIANS FLAT WORM
THE DIAGRAM OF THE PLANARIAN WORM!!
PLANARIAN DESCRIPTION OF BODY Triangle shaped head with two eye spots
PLANARIAN FOODS They eat small organisms Dead bodies of large organisms They eat by a muscular tube called a pharynx ( connected to mouth and digestive track)
PLANARIAN REPRODUCTION They reproduce Asexually They divide into 2 (regeneration) They reproduce Sexually
WHERE PLANARIANS LIVE Under rocks On plants material Or in fresh water
PLANARIAN SYMMETRY They have bilateral symmetry
PLANARIANS OXYGEN Get most of their air threw diffusion
PLANARIANS OPENINGS One; the mouth!
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