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Kingdom: animal Phylum: Cnidaria
4 orders 2 suborders 24 families 11 subfamilies 71 genera over 220 species
Commonly Jellyfish most live in shallow coastal waters
Eat mostly fish They sting there prey with stinging cells Stingers enable there prey
Been around sense 500 million years They do not hunt there food swim into there stingers
Radial symmetry Some can be hurtful to humans but most are not harmful Not endangered
There are two body types Polyp and Medusa
Polyp is stationary Do not swim Ex: coral Medusa is not stationary Swim Ex: jelly fish
http://gladstone.uoregon.edu/~ghale/pdf /scyphozoa.pdf http://homepages.abdn.ac.uk/nathist.mus eum/classify/animalia/porifera/sclerospo ngiae/index.htm http://classes.seattleu.edu/biology/biol2 35/hodin/spongesandhemichordates/spo nge2-5.html http://www.marinespecies.org/porifera/p orifera.php?p=taxdetails&id=196313 http://classes.seattleu.edu/biology/biol2 35/hodin/spongesandhemichordates/spo nge2-5.html http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/cnidaria/s cyphozoa.html
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