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But the digestive system—which is unusually extensive in sea spiders, running down each leg—was contracting in waves, moving food in the gut as well as blood in the surrounding hemocoel cavity, the spider equivalent of veins and arteries.
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medical Definition of hemocoel
hemocoelicor chiefly British haemocoelic play \ˌhē-mə-ˈsē-lik\ adjective
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