What Method of Locomotion Do Sponges Have?

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Sponges are multicellular animals that have bodies full of pores that can allow water to pass through them. Sponges do not have circulatory systems, digestive or nervous therefore they are non-motile. Meaning they don't have means of locomotion.
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