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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crown-of-thorns_starfish

The crown-of-thorns starfish, Acanthaster planci, is a large, multiple-armed starfish that usually preys upon hard, or stony, coral polyps (Scleractinia).

animals.mom.me/common-starfish-predators-3346.html

Starfish, more commonly referred to by scientists as sea stars, are covered with a hard, bony outer skeleton. Their ability to cling to rocks with suction-cup-like ...

www.whateats.com/what-eats-a-starfish

Apr 6, 2010 ... What do starfish eat? What animals eat starfish? The place of the starfish in the food web or food chain, including which natural enemies or ...

aqua.org/explore/animals/sea-stars

All of their vital organs are located in the arms, so a portion of an arm could potentially grow a whole new sea star. There are close to 2,000 species of sea stars ...

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May 10, 2013 ... Believe it or not, the overwhelming majority "starfish" are strictly predators, although mostly just attack slower moving or not moving prey such ...

www.ehow.com/info_8298568_friends-enemies-starfish.html

Starfish are best known for their distinctive star-like shape and their ability to regenerate limbs. There are approximately 2000 species of starfish in the world, ...

www.mariowiki.com/Starfish

May 22, 2017 ... The Starfish is an elusive enemy, appearing only in Super Princess Peach. It is a reference to the video game character Starfy, as the glossary ...

www.mariowiki.com/Starslap

A Starslap is a pink starfish enemy found in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars. They live in Rose Way, where they primarily spend their time sleeping ...

www.reference.com/pets-animals/animals-eat-starfish-519db83821ef0d3b

Starfish are eaten by sharks that live near the bottom of the ocean, such as nurse sharks, horn sharks and Port Jackson sharks. They are also preyed upon by ...

www.asnailsodyssey.com/LEARNABOUT/SEASTAR/seasEsca.php

The sea star Luidia foliata commonly inhabits sand/mud habitats over which it can crawl quite quickly, possibly owing to the lack of suckers on the tube feet. Thus ...