Anthozoa /ˌanθəˈzəʊə/


I. plural noun

[Zoology] a large class of sedentary marine coelenterates that includes the sea anemones and corals. They are either solitary or colonial, and have a central mouth surrounded by tentacles.
– origin modern Latin (plural), from Greek anthos ‘flower’ + zōia ‘animals’.

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