Does a roundworm have radial symmetry?
No, because a round worm’s body isn’t arranged around a central point. Any line drawn from one side through the center to the opposite side will divide the animal into two symmetrical halves. A round worm would have bilateral symmetry. Some examples of animals with radial symmetry are jellyfish, sea urchins, corals, and sea anemones. A bicycle wheel also has radial symmetry.