The radula (or some form of the radula) is found in all classes of mollusks except bivalves (organisms with two shells such as clams).
Yes, all echinoderms have endoskeletons.
They are all echinoderms.
No not all Echinoderms have backbones like the starfish
yes all crabs are echinoderms
No. Oysters do not have a radula
No, all echinoderms are marine animals. Echinoderms live on the sea floor in all parts of the sea floor in the world.
Echinoderms live only in the sea.
Bivalves do not have a radula.
Yes, all echinoderms have radial symmetry.
All echinoderms are spiny-skinned. ex)starfish, sea cucumbers, sea urchin
They have spiny skin. If you look at pictures of Echinoderms they all have spiny skin.
Some do but not all.
Gastropods use the radula to scrape food particles.
Echinoderms, like all animals, are heterotrophs and need to eat food to survive.
Echinoderms are sea animals that live in salt water. There are five kind of Echinoderms, sea stars, brittle stars, sea cucumbers, sea urchins, and sand dollars. Echinoderms all are invertebrates and have internal skeletons.
In Latin, Echinodermata tranlates to "spiny skin". So, all echinoderms have spiny skin. Also, most echinoderms have radial symmetry, except the sea cucumber which has bilateral symmetry.
A mantel, a radula and a muscular foot.
No it is not.
All echinoderms have tube feet. These feet have suction disks that enable the animals to crawl or attach themselves to objects.