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Which is that aquatic animal, which looks like a flower?

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E.Emily

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Answered Feb 07, 2020

Sea anemone The aquatic animal that looks like a flower is the sea anemone. It looks so much like a flower that if you don’t know it, you might think it is a flower. Sea anemone does not have bones and they live in under large bodies of water. This animal belongs to Kingdom: Animalia, Phylum: Cnidaria, Class: Anthozoa and other: Actiniaria.

Sea anemone The aquatic animal that looks like a flower is the sea anemone. It looks so much like a
Sea anemone is predatory animals, this means they are harmful to other organisms. They carry poisonous stingers on their tentacles. They release their venom when they come in contact with their prey, this includes other animals an even humans. These animals breed via asexual reproduction but their reproductive cycle is very slow. Sea anemones are one of the few aquatic animals that live for a long period of time. They live for several decades. Some of them live for up to 80 years.

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W.Willow

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Answered Feb 04, 2020

The answer to this is a sea anemone. The sea anemone is a type of marine creature that resembles a flower. It has a lot of tentacles around its mouth. A lot of experts classify this as a predatory animal and plant. Some may think that it is a plant because of its appearance, but it is also an animal that looks for prey in order to survive.

The answer to this is a sea anemone. The sea anemone is a type of marine creature that resembles a
It does not look very harmful because of its color, but there are some types of sea anemone that can be harmful even to human beings. Not all species of sea anemone can harm humans, though. Some are only harmful to their prey.

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C. Perez

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Answered Jul 15, 2019

The correct answer to this question is sea anemone. These aquatic animals have no bones, and they live underwater. Sea anemones have poisonous stingers on their tentacles. This poison is harmful to both their prey and toxic to humans that come in contact with it. A simple touch can release the venom from the tentacles.

The correct answer to this question is sea anemone. These aquatic animals have no bones, and they
Despite their venom, the tentacles are essential because they are used to guide fish into their mouth. Sea anemones are carnivores and have a life span for up to 50 years. There are approximately 1,000 sea anemone species all over the world, depending upon the oceans.

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