What is the difference between multicellular organisms and colonial ones?

1) colonial organisms are groups of unicellular or multicellular organisms for coexistence; the organisms that make up the colony can live independently;
2) multicellular organisms have a complex structure, their body consists of cells, tissues, organs, which are combined into organ systems; outside the body, these parts cannot exist, but the body is able to do without some cells, tissues or organs.

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