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www.orma.com/sea-life/starfish-facts

How long do starfish live for? Their lifespan ranges from 5-35 years. What is the scientific name for starfish? Asteroidea. Where can you buy a starfish? Most salt ...

www.whalefacts.org/starfish-facts

For starters starfish do not have a brain, however they are able to feel and ... in rocky places and can live all over the world (as long as they are in the ocean, ...

beachchairscientist.com/2009/03/06/how-long-do-sea-stars-live

Mar 6, 2009 ... ... links on seastars: http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/invertebrates/ starfish.html ... Related: How long can sea urchins live? Reply.

www.reference.com/pets-animals/long-starfish-live-fbc1b0abab3f410

Starfish can live an average of 35 years in the wild. Their regenerative abilities contribute to their long lifespan. Vital organs are located in the arms, allowing a ...

www.didyouknow-facts.com/animal-facts/10-starfish-facts.html

There are organisms which live on land while some of the organisms live in water . ... They have no gills and they do not use tail to move instead they have tube ...

www.answers.com/Q/How_long_can_a_starfish_survive_out_of_water

Starfish can survive out of water for 5 days. ... Starfish do manage to get back in the ocean, once the tide comes in. .... How long do starfish live out of water?

www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/invertebrates/group/starfish

Learn how a starfish survives with no brain. ... to be intact to regenerate, but a few species can grow an entirely new sea star just from a portion of a severed limb.

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They can survive only 10 seconds out of the water, but if you see how many people travel ... I've seen long slender armed purple starfish and wee beige ones.

www.pluspets.com/fish/saltwater-fish/starfish.aspx

They can be kept in the same saltwater aquarium as other fish, so long as you're ... eat in the wild; visit your local aquarium store for a selection of live fish food.