I hope you like this article! Please message me with any questions.
Just a reminder that organisms are sorted into these groups:
*Domain
*Kingdom
*Phylum
*Order
*Class
*Family
*Genus
*Species

In this article we will be focusing on phylum.

Phylum Cnidaria:

These organisms have stinging cells, no head, a simple nerve net instead of a full nervous system and they have radial symmetry.

jellyfish and pink image beautiful, anemones, and life image coral, ocean, and sea life image blue, jellyfish, and hydroid image brain coral image
Phylum Mollusca:

These organisms usually have shells, they have a muscle called a foot that is used for moving and getting food, they have a specialized mouth called a radula, and have squishy bodies.

Chitins:

bug, insect, and dots image

Bivalves:

Bivalves have two shells that are connected on a hinge and they are filter feeders.

beach wedding, craft supplies, and etsy image razor clams, diggin for a living, and mangled one image

Gastropods:

Gastropods have only one shell.

Cephlopods:

Ceplopods are smart organisms, they are able to camouflage themselves and usually can spray ink.

animal, animals, and color image Image removed
Phylum Arthropoda

Arthropods have an exoskeleton. Arthropods include a variety of insects but I am only going to talk about the aquatic arthropods.

nice, water, and crayfish image crab, tasty, and grass image hermit crab image
Phylum Echinodermata

These organisms have pesto-radial symmetry, a water vascular system, tube feet, an outer skin layer and a calcified endoskeleton.

macro, sea, and star image animal, cucumber, and reptile image purple, sea life, and underwater photography image Image by cas

That's it for this article. Please message me with any questions.