Hydra and planaria differs in body structure, movement and food habit and how it interacts with the environment.
What is different about the way hydra (Phylum Cnidaria) versus planaria (Phylum Platyhelminthes) move, find food, and interact with their environment?
How does the type of body symmetry possessed by each organism influence this?
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