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

A study to test the predation rate on juvenile Acanthaster by appropriate fish species found that the starfish were often mouthed, tasted, ...

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 ... To us humans, starfish look like they'd be a bit too hard and crunchy to make a good meal. But starfish do have a few predators, or natural ...

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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.seastarsofthepacificnorthwest.info/predator.html

PREDATORS: Sea stars are especially successful because as adults they have relatively few predators. Their rigid calcareous skeletons deter many carnivores,  ...

aqua.org/explore/animals/sea-stars

Though the sea star's skin is hard and bumpy, a predator can eat it whole if its mouth is large enough. Predators with smaller mouths can flip the sea star over ...

www.whatdostarfisheat.info

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 ...

echinoblog.blogspot.com/2011/04/what-eats-starfish-aka-what-do-starfish.html

Apr 5, 2011 ... Based on what's known, most are predators of other animals. Here's one ... Starfish Eats Starfish: The 13-Arm Hammerlock!! So, just how does ...

www.starfishfacts.org/starfish_facts_on_how_they_protect_themselves.html

Unfortunately, starfishes cannot just escape from predators because most of them are generally slow. So they use numerous other defense mechanisms to ...