An animal that has body parts that are arranged around a central point has: (1 point) bilateral symmetry. radial symmetry. asymmetry.

An animal that has body parts that are arranged around a central point has: (1 point) bilateral symmetry. radial symmetry. asymmetry. a distinct head and tail end

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The answer would be radial symmetry.
Radial symmetry, such as a starfish or a tulip it goes out from a central point

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answer:

2 is b

explanation:

The answer is - radial symmetry.

The radial symmetry basically represents a central basic part and predominantly equally arranged other parts around it. In the animal kingdom this form is not the most often, it is usually found at animals that lack bone structure, and there's a very small (usually) body and much longer body parts arranged around it. The best examples for this are the starfish and the octopus. It's interesting that in the animals that do have this body shape it is pretty common that the parts around the body can function on their own and act independent from the central body, or in general are much more autonomous in their functioning.

The right answer D.a distinct head and tail end.

An animal that has body parts that are arranged around a central point is radially symmetrical. an example is star fish
An animal that has body parts that are arranged around a central point is radially symmetrical. The body of the animal is generally in the shape of a circle or a cylinder. If you draw a line from one side of the animal through the centre and to the other side, you will divide the body of the animal in half. A good example is of a radially symmetrical animal is a starfish. A starfish has all its body parts in the centre of its body, with its arms/tentacles radiating out from the centre of its body. 
Radically symmetrical

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