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sea lilies
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General term for any member of the class Crinoidea having a stalk that secures it to the ocean bottom, in contrast to other members of the class that can travel. Sea lilies have a cup-shaped body mounted on a stalk with branched, feathery arms studded with tube feet that trap food and convey it to the mouth in the center of the upper side; native to deep ocean.
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