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Starfish or sea stars are star-shaped echinoderms belonging to the class Asteroidea. Common usage frequently finds these names being also applied to ...

Starfish (Sea Star) - National Geographic

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Learn all you wanted to know about starfish (sea stars) with pictures, videos, photos, facts, and news from National Geographic.

National Aquarium | Sea Stars

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Sea stars are invertebrates related to sea urchins, sea cucumbers and sand dollars, which are all echinoderms. Echinoderm means spiny skin—a reference to ...

10 Facts About Starfish (Sea Stars) - Marine Life - About.com

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Starfish (sea stars) are beautiful animals that can be a variety of colors, shapes and sizes, although all resemble a star. While some appear smooth, they all have  ...

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Jul 18, 2014 ... Here are 11 facts about starfish or sea stars as they are now called to help gain a better understanding about them. All images used courtesy of ...

Starfish Facts | KidsKonnect

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Starfish are echinoderms (spiny skinned sea urchins). They are also known as sea stars and are not really fish despite the name been given to them. Starfish ...

10 Mind-Bending Facts About Sea Stars - Listverse

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Jun 20, 2015 ... The name “starfish” alone elicits immediate thought of the traditional five-point sea star that we commonly see in tide pools, but sea star shapes ...

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sea star, also called starfish, echinoderm of the class Asteroidae, common in tide pools. Sea stars vary in size from under 1/2 in. (1.3 cm) to over 3 ft (90 cm) in ...

Are starfish really fish? - NOAA's National Ocean Service

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Sea stars live underwater, but that is where their resemblance to fish ends. They do not have gills, scales, or fins. Sea stars live only in saltwater. Sea water ...

Sea Star- Enchanted Learning Software

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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.

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Starfish
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Echinodermata Class: Asteroidea
Order: Family: Genus:
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... More »
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Sea Star - National Geographic Kids

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You probably know sea stars as starfish, the name sea stars are commonly known by. But sea stars aren't really fish. Sea stars, like sea urchins and sand dollars ...

Sea Star

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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 OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST

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Sea Stars of the Pacific Northwest. This site includes descriptions of 30 species of sea stars encountered from the intertidal zone to a depth of (100 ft) on the ...