Bryozoans are found in the rocks of Ordovician age, and these "moss animals"
are colonial and may be encrusting, massive, sheetlike or branching. Each animal
in the colony has an external calcareous sac, surrounded by soft parts, with a
crown of tentacles used for gathering food.
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