sea star

NOUN
  1. echinoderms characterized by five arms extending from a central disk
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  • Sea stars feed by extruding their cardiac stomach over their prey, thus predation begins at the pinacocytic layer.
  • Didier Drogba will return to the Chelsea starting line-up in Saturday's FA Cup fourth round replay against Everton in the absence of the cup-tied Fernando Torres, but doubts persist over how best to integrate both players into the side in next week's Champions League tie with FC Copenhagen. Carlo Ancelotti struggles with Didier Drogba and Fernando Torres issue
  • Kids also enjoy the tide pool touch tank filled with sea stars, urchins, and horseshoe crabs.
  • The water vascular system is not filled with seawater as in sea stars and urchins, but rather with a special body fluid.
  • There are the Pacific seahorse Hippocampus ingens (VU) and two endemic sea stars Tamaria stria and Narcissia gracilis malpeloensis. Malpelo Island Flora and Fauna Sanctuary, Colombia
  • When placed on their aboral side in a finger bowl of fresh, ambient temperature sea water, the tube-feet of the sea star are readily accessible.
  • In those areas usually submerged during high tide, there is a more diverse array of algae and small animals, such as herbivorous snails, crabs, sea stars, and small fishes. Marine biomes
  • Overall, mussels, barnacles and whelks all had higher metabolic activities at SH than BB, whereas there was no difference in metabolic activity for sea stars.
  • Creatures like sea stars and anemones attach themselves firmly to rocks.
  • Yet the tender-hearted may not be able to avoid a pang of sympathy, even for the bland and featureless mussel, when they learn how the sea star does its killing. Enchanted Gardens, Wherever You Look
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