They have more than four legs.
Starfishes, sea urchins and other echinoderms
Echinoderms have all the same organs as are normally found concentrated in the head only they have them scattered. So what if their eyes are on their legs if they still see. It is the seeing that is important, not the location of the eyes.
No Echinoderms are Multicellular.
Many organisms, such as Crabs, sharks, sea birds and larger starfish, make a living by feeding on echinoderms.
Are echinoderms autotrophic
Echinoderms are in the Animalia kingdom.
The echinoderms habitat is in the Ocean
They are all echinoderms.
Echinoderms have no swim bladders.
Radial symmetry is the arrangement of equal parts (legs, spines, etc.) in a balanced way around a central body.
These animals are not like Arthropods and they are: Sponges Molluscs Flatworms Round Worms Echinoderms Cnidarians Annelids
No, no Echinoderms live in freshwater (or on land).
Yes, all echinoderms have endoskeletons.
No not all Echinoderms have backbones like the starfish
Echinoderms reproduce sexually and asexually.
The scientific name for Echinoderms is Echinodermata.
Yes, butterflies and echinoderms.
yes, echinoderms have a digestive system.