Do all coelenterates have stinging cells?

Yes, absolutely all members of this family have so-called stinging cells. It is worth knowing that these cells perform the function of attacking prey. But directly the coelenterates themselves are a group of multicellular invertebrates. Radial symmetry is a characteristic feature of this family.

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