it is a type of sea creature which is normally found in sri lanka.
Yes, sea sponges share a symbiotic relationship with shrimp, scallops, mussels, clams, worms, snails, and more.
Yes! Less than humans, but they do have DNA.
Sponges live in saltwater lakes, sea, and oceans. Some sponges live in freshwater.
Sea sponges don't have teeth. When you see them for sale in shops, that's not what they actually look like. For sale, you're buying their skeleton. Sea sponges do have an "excrement" for defense purposes when people come in contact with them. The rash which stings or burns/feels prickly, that can occur when in contact, is a reaction to the histamine found in some meats. Check out the link sea and sky: sponges, Below
No, sea sponges are not decomposers. Sponges are filter feeders.
Some enemies are algae and barnacles.
Sea sponges can't sleep because they have to breathe and if sea sponges sleep they can't consentrate on breathing.
yes they are. a sea animal lives in the sea and sponges live in the sea
Sea sponges are marine invertebrates that live in coral reefs in subtidal and intertidal zones. They come in a variety of colors, including green, yellow, purple and orange. Although their colors might make them stand out to predators, sea sponges have few natural enemies because they do not taste good. The few creatures that will eat them include species of turtles, fish and sea stars.
Sea sponges are found in sea . There are 5000 species of sponges . Most of them live in sea. Only 150 species live in fresh water .
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no starfish are sea creatures not sponges
yes sea sponges.
yes sea sponges do come in different colors!
Sea sponges aren't born they just grow.