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When washing the dishes, you most likely used an animal from the _____ phylum. Porifera Cnidaria Nematoda Mollusca
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User: When washing the dishes, you most likely used an animal from the _____ phylum. Porifera Cnidaria Nematoda Mollusca

Weegy: When washing the dishes, you most likely used an animal from the Porifera phylum.
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User: If an animal has both male and female reproductive organs, it is called _____. duosexual a hermaphrodite a dueterostome bisexual

Weegy: If an animal has both male and female reproductive organs, it is called a hermaphrodite.
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