flatworm. Sometimes they're ugly, sometimes they're cute, but look up a pic!
It is called the Medusa or the jellyfish. it has no blood, no bones, and no Brain and yet it is a living animal.
It's a hydra.
Yes, it is a form of the verb "to swim." It is the present tense, third-person singular conjugation (he/she/it swims).
That's easy it's a polyp
a crazy guy named Steve
a butterflies toung is as long as its body
i think it might me a form a defence
An adult swimming cnidarian is called a medusa.
They form when water seeps through cracks in the cavern
The sailors swim to the ships.
no,a polyp is a coral egg.and yes coral is a living animal.
This water form clouds.
water seeping through ground
Basically sperm swims like little tadpoles ,Through the woman's body until it makes its way to the uterus they form together with the eggs and make a baby.
Crystals form on the surface and then spread through the water. This changes the reflectivity of the water.
Water is made to pass through a jet using a pump.
water is a liquid and ice is a solid- this occurs through the process of freexing.
Plants observe the water from the soil through the roots. extra amount of water will be evaporated through leaves in the form of water vapour in to the atmosphere
evaporation of water, condensation of water in the form of clouds, and it precipitates as rain.