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Coral - Anatomy and Feeding Behavior
Coral colonies are composed of many tiny, cup-shaped animals called polyps. Polyps, which are related to jellyfish, can be as large as a saucer or smaller than the head of a pin. Millions of polyps working together eventually form the framework of coral reefs.
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