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Bilateral Symmetry.

A butterfly is an arthropod that have a symmetrical side.

Radial symmetryA jellyfish has radial symmetry.Radial symmetry

it has radial symmetry it has radial symmetry

well all of them do except for the butterfly which has bilateral symmetryi have the same exact question just in different wording for a take-home test in my science class!!!Actually all of them have bilateral symmetry except for the sea anemone that is radial

bilateral symmetry

Radial symmetry is found in jelly fish a coral. The have an oral and aboral end but not defined head or rear end. A butterfly in contrast is an example of bilateral symmetry if you fold it in half both sides will match.

They have radial symmetry.

radial symmetry

Radial symmetry.

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Radial Symmetry

Jellyfish have radial symmetry. This means that their symmetry occurs in a radial, or circular, fashion.

radial symmetry

radial symmetry

radial symmetry

When something has symmetry in a radial (circular) pattern.

horses are radial symmetry

It has a radial symmetry.

nope. Some bivalves have bilateral symmetry but no radial symmetry.

A sea anemone has radial symmetry

All echinoderms have radial symmetry

No, all chordates have bilateral symmetry, not radial.

Jelly fish are radial symmetrical

They have bilateral symmetry. Though they are round they don't have radial symmetry