What are the general features of the structure of representatives of the type of coelenterates?

The body of the coelenterates consists of two layers of cells – ectoderm and endoderm, between which there is a more or less developed non-cellular layer called mesoglea. These animals got their name due to the fact that they have only one cavity, called the intestinal or astral cavity. All coelenterates are aquatic, with the exception of a few species, marine organisms. Their body is built according to the type of radial-axial symmetry.

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