Moss animals


Moss animals (bryozoan) are animals as the name suggests, but very similar to plants, as the name also indicates.

Each moss animal individual is tiny, but they always form colonies. These colonies look like plants like the colonies of many other colonial animals (such as the totally unrelated hydrozoans and tunicates).

Moss animals form crusts or small, branched branches on rocks or kelp stems.


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