What Is inside a Sand Dollar?

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The small, bird shaped pieces inside of a Sand Dollar, referred to by many as doves, are actually it's teeth. Sand Dollars are a type of marine animal, related to the starfish and sea urchin. The teeth are what the Sand Dollar uses to crush it's food, which consists of plants as well as small sea animals.
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