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Functioning of corals' cnidoblasts
The corals' cnidoblasts are specialized cells that contain a filament with harpoons bathing in a toxic liquid. In case of contact with a prey, the cover of the cnidoblast opens and a vesicle frees a harpoon which suddenly unwinds and lacerates the prey with a toxic product.
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