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Animal that eats only plants or parts of plants
Herbivore
Animal that eats only other animals or the remains of other animals
Carnivore
Animal that eats plants and animals or animal flesh
Omnivore
Animal with a backbone
Vertebrate
Animal without a backbone.
Invertebrate
Body parts arranged in a circle around a central point.
Radial Symmetry
Body parts arrnged in a similar way on both sides of the body, with each half being a mirror image of the other half.
Bilateral Symmetry
This describes an organism that remains atached to one place during its lifetime.
Sessile
This is an animal that produces both sperm and eggs in the same body, but its sperm can not fertilize its own eggs.
Hermaphrodite
A cnidarian body type that is vase-shaped and is usually sessile.
Polyp
A cnidarian body type that is bell-shaped and free swimming
Medusa
Armlike structures that have stinging cells and surround the mouths of most cnidarians.
Tentacle
Capsules with coiled trigger-like structures that help cnidarians capture food.
Stinging cells
Organism that does not depend on another organism for food or a place to live
Free living organism
Opening at the end of the digestive tract through which wastes leave the body.
Anus