Most tunicates are.....

Options :
  1. Cephalochordates which are predators
  2. Chordates which are filter feeders
  3. Cephalochordates which are plankton feeders
  4. None of the above


Answer and Explanation :-

Answer: Option 2

Explanation:

Tunicates, previously known as Urochordata or urochordates, are members of the Tunicata, a subphylum of the phylum Chordata. They are marine filter feeders. Most tunicates capture suspended particles and plankton by filtering sea water through their siphons via their pharyngeal slits, but some, such as the Megalodicopia hians, are marine sit-and-wait predators.

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