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Do jellyfish have 4 stomachs?

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8. JELLYFISH DON'T HAVE ORGANS. Jellies don't have lungs, intestines, or stomachs, but they do use a much simpler system that's able to get the job done. Their bodies are composed of two cell layers—the external epidermis and the internal gastrodermis.

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