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2014-08-08T20:28:44+05:30
Most Porifera, or sea sponges, are Sessile Metazoan animals; they don’t move. They pick a spot on a rock, sandy ocean floor or even another animal, latch on and stay put. There are a few sponges that can move. They race along the ocean floor at a whopping 1-3 millimeters (that’s right, millimeters) a day
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2014-08-09T15:23:08+05:30
Most Porifera, or sea sponges, are Sessile Metazoan animals; they don’t move. They pick a spot on a rock, sandy ocean floor or even another animal, latch on and stay put. There are a few sponges that can move. They race along the ocean floor at a whopping 1-3 millimeters (that’s right, millimeters) a day

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