Why although sponges may be quite large, none of them can eat anything larger than a single cell?

by Angelikna
(Santa Rosa, CA)

User's answer attempt: "Because the sponge is the simplest animal and made of cells not tissues, so nothing larger than a cell would fit inside."

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