What signs are characteristic 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. They only have one cavity called the intestinal or gastric 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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