[ bɹˈa͡ɪəzˌə͡ʊn], [ bɹˈaɪəzˌəʊn], [ b_ɹ_ˈaɪ_ə_z_ˌəʊ_n]
How to use "Bryozoan" in context?
The bryozoan is a Unique and Fascinating group of animals that have a long and storied history. These animals are considered to be "cellular creatures" as they lack a central nervous system and are composed of single cells. Bryozoans have a unique morphogenetic system in which they can transform their shape and form. They can also increase or decrease in size. While they are not typically found in fresh water, they have been found living in salt water, volcanic regions, bays, estuaries, and coral reefs.
Bryozoans are basically Jellyfish without the Tentacle.
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