What a sand dollar eats?
flounders,octopuses,plankton and I forget the other
no it does not it has a very strict diet and it eats what it wants
Depends because a real sand dollar has fur on the edges and eats plankton. I think that its a plant animal. P.S. = it does LOOK like a shell. :) :P
a sand dollar is called a sand dollar because they dig into the sand but not to far, that is the sand part. the dollar part is that the sand dollar looks like a coin dollar!
A sand dollar is a little dollar found in the bottom of the sand. A sand dollar is a little dollar found in the bottom of the sand.
Sand is not found in the sand dollar. May be when you collect a dead sand dollar from beach it has sand encrusted on their hard shell.
A sand dollar was called a geopolitical dollar
"Is a Sand Dollar a vertebrate?" No. A sand dollar is not a vertebrate because it does not have a backbone.
No a sand dollar is not a sea shell because a sand dollar is a living organism.
no. a sand dollar is flat.
No. A sand dollar does not have a heart.
sand dollar adaptaions is when a sand dollar adapts to its new environment under the sea. As simple as that.
Yes sand dollar is an echinoderm.
A sand dollar is an invertabrate
Yes, a sand dollar is an echinoderm.
Sand dollar is not a flower. Sand dollar is a flat living marine creature. They are closely related to star fishes.
A sand dollar has radial symmetry.
yes the sand dollar kindom is animalia
No, a sand dollar is a invertebrate belonging to the order Clypeasteroida.
No. A sand dollar is another living thing that is not plankton.
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Sand dollars look like round white coins, which is how they got their name.
nope. sand dollar is an echinodermata. and scallop is a mollusc.
One example is - The sand dollar is not made of sand. Another example is - that will be one dollar for the drink.
the sand hopper lives in the mudflats
Puffins eat sand eels.
The scientific name of common sand dollar is Echinarachnius parma.
Sand dollar itself is a live hard echinodermic creature.
No, a sand dollar would be made up of many cells.
The lifespan of a sand dollar is usually 1 to 15 years...
the scientific name for a sand dollar is ''Clypeaster subdepressus''
thats sand dolar pee
Earthworms and some nematodes eat (process) sand
If other fishes are present in your tank, then it may not be a good idea for the skin of the sand dollar will begin to rot and spoil the tank. So first remove the sand dollar dry it in the sun and clean it with bleach. Then you can decorate your fish tank with the cleaned sand dollar.
Answer: The white shell-like skeleton of the sand dollar contains loose, boomerang shaped pieces. These are its teeth. When the sand dollar is alive, it has gills and other organs common to sea invertebrates.
Chlorine bleach and water in the ratio of 1:4 or 1:3 is enough to wash a sand dollar. Soak the sand dollar for some hours in the solution.
When a women sand dollar and a man sand dollar love each other very much they wrestle around on the beach.
The message in Sand Dollar Summer is to learn to accept the changes that happen in life.
You can break a sand dollar. It is not like a bivalve so that you could open it into two.
Starfish have a beak, just like an octopus, and the suck the meat out of the sand dollar with it.
Sand dollars are actually an entire order of invertebrate animals. Therefor, there are many genera of sand dollars. However, the Common Sand Dollar belongs to the genus Echinarachnius.
holler, dollar, caller
Sand dollars eats through there spiny skin. :)
== == The name sand dollar is a reference to their round flat shape, which is similar to a large coin.
A sand dollar is very dry and fragile as though it were a large coin made of plaster of paris.
A sand dollar is this piece of thin rock that has a design on it; typically a flower.It doesn't give birth. A sand dollar is this piece of thin rock that has a design on it; typically a flower.It doesn't give birth.
No, sand dollars belong to echinoderms.
The color of sand. A tannish brown.