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Close-up image of anemone tentacles
Courtesy NOAA Photo Archive
  Image 4-21
Anemone Tentacles

These tentacles belong to a sea anemone. Anemones are part of a phylum of animals called the cnidarians, which also includes corals, jellyfish, hydroids, and medusae. Though usually immobile, anemones can actually move from place to place using their base like a snail.

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