What Is the Definition of Bryozoa?

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Bryozoa can be defined as moss animals that are aquatic invertebrates in nature. Bryozoa live in tropical water that is less than 100 meters deep but some of them might be found in deep seas.
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Bry·o·zo·a
[brahy-uh-zoh-uh]
NOUN
1.
a phylum of invertebrates comprising about 4000 marine and freshwater species of bryozoans.
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