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Picture Scramble # 114 5 June 2001


This colony of corals makes a challenging picture scramble puzzle. (30 pieces)

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Corals are large colonies of small animals called polyps. These polyps reside within a cup-like calcium carbonate skeleton. They have a central opening surrounded by tentacles which can be extended to feed on phytoplankton in the water column. Corals are a member of the phylum cnidaria, which also includes jellyfish and anemones.

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