Are Sponges Protostomes or Deuterostomes?

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Sponges are neither protostomes or deuterostomes. This is because they have primitive cellular levels of organization and they do not have tissues. Only those organisms that have a true coelom and a digestive system are classified as either protostomes and deuterostomes.
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