Coral is a stationary Animal, effective upon all living organisms on Earth.
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Coral is an animal, often mistaken for a plant due to its stationary nature. In fact, corals are typically huge colonies of small animals called polyps.
Some polyps use their tentacles packed with stinging cells to capture prey like zooplankton, larvae and detritus.
Prey is then fed into a one-way mouth from which the waste is later expelled.
Corals are known for their striking appearance due to their structure and vibrant array of colors.
The colors come from pigments produced by single-celled dinoflagellates (extremely small organisms) that live within most reef-building coral.
These are called zooxanthellae. Coral and zooxanthellae have a mutualistic relationship, meaning both parties benefit from each other’s presence.