The definition of animals only says that most have independent motion. Stationary animals (sponge, coral, anemones, and some mollusks) get food without moving around.
Animals are differentated from plants by structure and being exclusively heterotrophs, or consumers.
sponge is an animal cell
sessile animals mean animals that can't move ,such as coral,ascdans,sea sponge etc...
A sponge is an animal
A red beard sponge is an animal that lives in the sea.
Its an animal.
It is a type of sponge
the collar cells hellp to classify the sponge as an animal to see if the sponge is a consumer or a producer. Therefore, the sponge is an animal so it is a consumer. hope i helped!!(:
no animal can. maybe a different type of living creatures.....This answers is wrong. there is a simple animal in the Anamalia kingdom that has no sensory organs,and also is also unable to move called the Red Cup Sponge
a sponge is a sponge its not an animal or a human so i think about......FOREVER!
It is because sponge is the thing that we use to wash our plate and sponge is not a living thing.....While animal is a living thing and it does not wash our plate....
The flagella either move the cell or move objects outside the cell around. For example: A sperm cell swims by the action of a flagellum while a collar cell in a sponge moves water through the sponge by the beating of its flagella. They move by the interactions with microtubules.
LOL beacause of sponge bob
He's not an animal, he's a SPONGE!
The Red Cup Sponge in the Animalia kingdom is a simple animal that has no sensory organs, and also is unable to move
yes there are multiple animals that don't move like the sponge, barnicles, clams, mucles, etc., etc., hope that helped :]
when they are young they move to attach to another sponge but when they attached and are full grown they don't
The sponge uses the choanocytes to move a steady current through its body.
A porifera is a sea sponge.