About Moss Animal
Moss Animals, also known as bryozoans, are found in both fresh and salt water. They use their tentacles to collect particles of food. Moss animals do not move around on their own. Instead, they live in clusters of box-like cases. In some species, these cases form flat sheets which attach to shells and seaweed. Others look like plant leaves spreading out in the water. These leaf clusters are sometimes washed up on beaches after storms.