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Between the two layers of a sponge is a jellylike material called mesenchyme

Between the two layers of a sponge is a jellylike material called mesenchyme

n56_w1150 by BioDivLibrary, via Flickr

n56_w1150 by BioDivLibrary, via Flickr

Pink Vase Sea Sponge in Honduras.  That doesn't look like spongebob!

Pink Vase Sea Sponge in Honduras. That doesn't look like spongebob!

Finding Nemo: do one wall as if in the ocean

Finding Nemo: do one wall as if in the ocean

Oceans | Océanos - #Oceans - #Sea

Oceans | Océanos - #Oceans - #Sea

cnidarians | courtesy of: http://richard-seaman.com/Underwater/Belize/StillLifes ...

cnidarians | courtesy of: http://richard-seaman.com/Underwater/Belize/StillLifes ...

Carbon dioxide is putting shelled animals at risk. http://ocean.nationalgeographic.com/ocean/critical-issues-ocean-acidification/

Carbon dioxide is putting shelled animals at risk. http://ocean.nationalgeographic.com/ocean/critical-issues-ocean-acidification/

Barrel Sponge

Barrel Sponge

Imagen de http://circoviral.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/animales009.png.

Imagen de http://circoviral.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/animales009.png.

Underwater Photos of Coral Reefs | Underwater Coral Reef Stock Photo - Image: 15795170

Underwater Photos of Coral Reefs | Underwater Coral Reef Stock Photo - Image: 15795170

Porifera (sponges) – Sea animals (not plants) that are basically a jelly sandwich. Some cells in the outer bread layers have the ability to move into the delicious, fruity center and change their functions. Apparently, if sponges are mashed up together and left in salt water they will eventually put themselves back together.

Porifera (sponges) – Sea animals (not plants) that are basically a jelly sandwich. Some cells in the outer bread layers have the ability to move into the delicious, fruity center and change their functions. Apparently, if sponges are mashed up together and left in salt water they will eventually put themselves back together.

reef, Roatan, Honduras. Photo: E=mcSCOW, via Flickr

reef, Roatan, Honduras. Photo: E=mcSCOW, via Flickr

The Silent World (Hardcover) by Precision Series

Mr. Joanides' Wiki Pages [licensed for non-commercial use only] / Porifera and Cnidarians 6

Mr. Joanides' Wiki Pages [licensed for non-commercial use only] / Porifera and Cnidarians 6

Pez payaso al acecho (Sulawesi)

Pez payaso al acecho (Sulawesi)

Xestospongia muta: commonly known as the giant barrel sponge, is one of the largest species of sponge found in the Caribbean.

Xestospongia muta: commonly known as the giant barrel sponge, is one of the largest species of sponge found in the Caribbean.