How Are Sand Dollars Made?

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Sand dollars that you see on the beach are actually the shell of a once living crustacean. Sand dollars bury themselves almost completely on the ocean floor in the sand. They eat small particles that float in the water.
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Sand dollars are dried shells of dead crustaceans. When sand dollars are alive, their shells look fuzzy and brown. Sand dollars are sea creatures that are related to star fish and sea urchins.
The story of the sand dollar describes how they are made. They are actually made from the skeletal remains of ocean animals. The sand dollars are made when the larvae clone themselves.
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