Where Do Sponges Come from?

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Sponges come from the skeletal remains of the marine animal. The commercial ones are gathered by the divers or by the dredging ships. The sponges are all prised from the floor of the sea and later dried in the sun.
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Sponges are actually an animal that is found in the ocean. A sponges doesn't have any nervous, circulatory or digestive systems. They rely on food and water passing though them to survive. Hence the reason they naturally have holes. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sponge
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