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Sponges

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Sponges

Sponges feed through a process called filter feeding. This process occurs when an organism feeds by filtering small particles of food from the water through a part of its body.

Phylum Porifera(Sponges)

An organism can be mobile or sessile. Sessile organisms are permanently attached to a surface, while a mobile organism can move around to catch food. Sponges are mainly sessile organisms.

Sponges are hermaphrodites which means that they have both male and female reproductive organs.

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