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Jellyfish and coral are _____. radially symmetrical bilaterally symmetrical asymmetrical
Jellyfish and coral are radially symmetrical.
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User: Jellyfish and coral are _____. radially symmetrical bilaterally symmetrical asymmetrical

Weegy: Jellyfish and coral are bilaterally symmetrical.
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Asked 345 days ago|1/7/2014 7:06:54 AM
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Jellyfish and coral are radially symmetrical.
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