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tentacular canal (s) (noun), tentacular canals (pl)
A passage that extends into the elongated, flexible, arm-like extensions of an animal: Some invertebrates have tentacular canals in their tentacles; such as, "jellyfish" which are free-swimming marine animals consisting of umbrella-shaped bodies with trailing tentacles; and it should be noted that these soft-bodied animals are not fish.
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