Sea stars eat either by turning their stomachs inside out and releasing digestive enzymes onto prey or by catching drifting food items and moving them down to their mouths. Sea sta...
Sea stars are characterized by radial symmetry, several arms radiating from a central body. Mouth and anus are close together on the underside, the anus is at the center of the disc together with the water intake...
Starfish or sea stars are star-shaped echinoderms belonging to the class
Asteroidea. Common usage frequently finds these names being also applied to ...
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Sea Star (Asterias forbesii). Alternate common name: Forbes Sea Star, Starfish.
Color: Brownish purple to orange with lighter underside. Size: Up to 12 inches ...
Sea stars (also known as starfish) are spiny, hard-skinned animals that live on
the rocky sea floor. These invertebrates are NOT fish; they are echinoderms.
Sea stars along much of the North American Pacific coast are dying in great
numbers from a mysterious wasting syndrome. Similar die-offs have occurred
Sea stars with symptoms of wasting syndrome continue to be observed along the
west coast of North America, and remain geographically patchy. Some sites ...
One touch controls are all you need to guide the incredible Sea Stars through a
sea full of coins and underwater dangers. Dive deep to pick up speed and leap ...
Starfish - sea stars - are marine invertebrates that are a variety of colors, shapes
and sizes, although all resemble a star. Starfish are familiar marine animals and ...