Starfish are adept predators, although their meals are usually as slow-moving as
they are. If you want to know what starfish eat, how they hunt and digest food or ...
Most starfish, also known as sea stars, eat by prying open the shells of prey such
as clams or oysters with their arms, pushing their stomachs out their mouths ...
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Mar 19, 2013 ... So does that starfish break down the shell and eat the insides? If so, how does it
... +poptartdom Oh that's how a patrick eats a clam. Thanks :).
Starfish, or more accurately sea stars, fill a niche as predator and prey in marine
ecosystems close to shore. ... Others, such as bat sea stars, eat cucumbers, sea
urchins, shrimp, tubeworms ... How Do Starfish Get Away From Their Predators?
The starfish is a creature that most people don't see very often because it prefers
to hide underwater. Also called a sea star, this creature is known for its swirly ...
Apr 6, 2010 ... What do starfish eat? What animals eat starfish? The place ... But starfish do have
a few predators, or natural enemies. Manta rays, some sharks ...
The starfish's eye doesn't contain an iris or cornea, as does a human eye. ...
getting into the specific food, it would be interesting to know how the starfish eats.
Here are 10 facts about starfish, including one about how they are not actually a
fish. ... They do not have gills, scales, or fins like fish do and they move quite
differently from fish. While fish propel ... Sea stars eat with their stomachs inside-
Apr 6, 2009 ... The prey is simply being EATEN ALIVE and swallowed into the mouth! ... So,
what ELSE do starfish EAT (i.e., prey on vs. just opportunistically ...
Nov 18, 2008 ... First, sea stars grip their prey (e.g., bivalves, such as clams and oysters) with their
suction feet and pry them apart to eat the muscle inside the ...