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Members of Porifera are diploblastic. Which statement clarifies this?

A. They are unsegmented.

B. They have a true body cavity.

C. They have two germ layers.

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Answer: C. They have two germ layers.

The phylum Porifera consists of the sponges. They are organisms that possess both the ectoderm and endoderm layers. That means that they have two germ layers. In the options provided above, the third option gives a clear hint of the Answer. Sponges and all other members of the phylum Porifera are diploblastic.

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