How do poriferan animals differ from coelenterate animals

Differences between poriferan animals and coelenterate animals are as follows:

Poriferan animals Coelenterate animals
Poriferans are asymmetric and non-motile Coelenterates are radially symmetrical and motile
These entities are porous, they have holes throughout their body These entities have a coelenteron, a body cavity which has only one opening
Possess a cellular level of organization Possess a tissue level of organization
Body is composed of a single layer of cells Body is composed of two-layer of cells
Body design exhibits minimal division and differentiation into tissues Body design exhibits differentiation
Cavity system helps in water circulation through the body to bring in water and food and is their characteristic feature Cavity in the body is their characteristic feature

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