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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Starfish

Starfish or sea stars are star-shaped echinoderms belonging to the class Asteroidea. Common .... Most starfish cannot move quickly, a typical speed being that of the leather star (Dermasterias imbricata), which ... Starfish do not appear to have any mechanisms for osmoregulation, and keep their body fluids at the same salt ...

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Apr 8, 2013 ... A short clip showing how a starfish uses his tube feet to "walk". PLEASE up the quality to the highest level to watch. I promise you'll like it better.
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Oct 16, 2008 ... I tried to keep the camera in one spot so you can see the movement of the starfish . He moved pretty quick for a starfish as you can see. You can ...
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Jul 19, 2009 ... This is a starfish we saw in Rockport, MA. We didn't ... Watch A Starfish Move Really Fast! .... Star fish walking, you can actually see his legs.

www.madreporite.com/science/movement.htm

May 10, 2000 ... How Starfish Move — And The Water Vascular System ... back and the tube feet extended, probably has more to do with smelling than walking, ...

www.animalanswers.co.uk/animals/how-do-starfish-move

Jan 20, 2015 ... Starfish are living animals. They are members of the echinoderm family – 'echino' meaning spiny and 'derm' meaning skin. They are classed ...

www.mbgnet.net/salt/coral/animals/echinod.htm

How Do Sea Stars Move? Underside of a Sea Star Each sea star had hundreds of tiny feet on the bottom of each ray. These are tube feet, or podia. These tiny ...

www.reference.com/pets-animals/starfish-move-68601c8d2dbf5353

Starfish move using tube feet on their undersides. Their feet use seawater to form a hydraulic system. The starfish's vascular system is open and relies on the ...

beachchairscientist.com/2012/05/29/how-does-a-sea-star-move

May 29, 2012 ... It does a great job of identifying intricate details of the sea star ... for bumpy skin and radial symmetry, including sea stars, sea urchins, and sand ...