Answer :

Coelenterates are called diploblastic animals because:

i. Coelenterates animals have two layers of cells.


ii. One layer is ectoderm (outer) and other one is endoderm (inner)


iii. Both the layers are separated by a jelly substance called mesoglea.


iv. Due to the presence of two layers, they are called diploblastic animals.


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