Sponge | animal | Britannica - Adult sponges
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Adult sponges. a. have body walls with many pores. b. possess true tissues. c. are active swimmers. d. use stinging cells to capture prey. Sponges are multi-cellular. They are known be diploblast, which means having two layers of cells (Dawkins ). As an adult they may have multiple cell layers.