tentacles

Appendages that are flexible, because they have no rigid skeleton. Cnidarians and molluscs are two kinds of organisms that may have tentacles.
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tentacles

Appendages which are flexible, because they have no rigid skeleton. Cnidarians and molluscs are two kinds of orgnaisms which may have tentacles.
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tentacles

Appendages which are flexible, because they have no rigid skeleton. Cnidarians and molluscs are two kinds of orgnaisms which may have tentacles.
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tentacles

tentacles Long, thin, armlike parts of some sea animals, which are used for feeling and holding things, catching food, or moving around; such as, the octopus and jellyfish.
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