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Do cnidarians have electricity?

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What is the oldest cnidarian?

If you mean the longest-lived, gold corals and black corals can be  2000 to 4000 years old.

How do cnidarians breathe?

  They don't really breathe, they use diffusion to get the nutrients they need through their body walls. They use diffusion for respiration, excretion, and circulation.

What is an example of cnidarians?

Cnidarians, also known as coelenterates, are an extremely varied group of animals. Examples include sea anemones, hydras, jellyfish, corals, and the Portuguese Man of War.

What do the bodies of Cnidarians have?

They are polyps or medusas and have radial symmetry. They have a mouth/anus, tentacle, gastrovascular cavity, gastodermis, mesoglea, epidermis, and in polyps, a body/stalk.

What is cnidarians?

  This is straight from www.thefreedictionary.com, so I get no credit at all:   "Any of various invertebrate animals of the phylum Cnidaria, characterized by a radiall

What is a Cnidarian?

cnidarians, such as jelly fish, sea anemones, hydra, and corals, have tentacles surrounding their mouth. they are a hollow-bodied animal with two celled layers that are organ

How do cnidarians get energy?

Like all animals; thru their food. They are filter feeders, if that helps. The water carries the little bits of food in their body along with the oxygen they need.

What are cnidarians?

A cnidarian is an animal with stinging bristles, like a jellyfish,a portoguese manowar, and coral .