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Sea Urchins

Are any sea urchins decomposers?

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Sea decomposers break down organic material in the ocean. These sea decomposers include crabs, sea urchins, shrimp, and seaweed.


Usually starfish and sea urchins.


Crabs, snails, worms, and sea urchins.


Marine Worms,Sea Pens and Sea Urchins


Many types of decomposers live in the water. The most common are marine worms, starfish, sea urchins, bacteria, fungi, and underwater macro decomposers.


There are a number of animals that are decomposers in the ocean. Some of these include seaweed, crabs, sea urchins, starfish, as well as some fish.


Sea urchins live any where the waters salty mainly in the pacific ocean.


what are a sea urchins movement


No. Sea urchins live in the sea.


sea otters eat sea urchins


sea urchins come from the ocean


Sea urchins are echinoderms, not mammals.


Sea urchins do not communicate with each other


sea urchins can either reproduce sexually or asexually sea urchins can either reproduce sexually or asexually



How deep do sea urchins live


there are excatly 3million purple sea urchins


Sea Urchins are multicellular animals, phylum echinodermata.


No, or they wouldn't be called *sea* urchins.


Humans, sea otters, and many more sea creatures eat sea urchins


Sea urchins are ocean creatures, and do not survive in fresh water. Sea urchins can only thrive in a seawater environment.


no one knows how much sea urchins there r


Sea urchins live in the sea, rock pools, kelp forests, and coral reefs


No. Sea urchins are primary consumers and only eat sea weed, algae and kelp.


No - sea urchins are part of the echinoderm phylum, with sand dollars, starfish and sea cucumbers.