What eats sand dollars?
Sand dollars are eaten by sea stars, snails, and skates.
Sand dollars eats through there spiny skin. :)
Yes octopus eats sand dollars. they use their arms to grab them from the ocean flor and eat it.
what are sand dollars made
sand dollars are not sessile
Yes sand dollars are alive
There are indeed sand dollars on the bottom of the sea. The sand dollars are alive, so they are a redish-purpleish color.
THEY EAT SAND DAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHhh
there are sand dollars all over the world
Sand dollars has the capacity to borrow themselves into the sand when disturbed by any other organism
the sand hopper lives in the mudflats
Puffins eat sand eels.
Sand dollars are radially symmetrical organism.
Sand dollars belong to the family Echinarachniidae.
You can not cheat to get sand dollars. You have to work for it, or you have to buy it.
Sand dollars breathe through tubes that are located on their feet. They are found at the top of the sand dollar.
As sand dollars are animals they comes under consumer.
If sand dollar is out of salt water it dies. Putting the sand dollars in fresh water kills them. Predators like ocean pouts, octopus, and star fishes kill sand dollars for food.
Earthworms and some nematodes eat (process) sand
sand dollars got there name because they are shaped like a coin and they dig themselves into the sand
No, sand dollars mainly eat small worms and algae.
Sand dollars a rigid skeleton called a 'test' (which is basically a shell).
there are 12 different types of sand dollars that we now know of.
Sand dollars don't protect themself, they just sit their........ :)-
The most common predators of sand dolars are ocean pouts and sunflower starfish. Sand dollars do not have many predators.
well what comes to my knowledge, I don't think any kind of sea animal eats sand, but have know sea animals eat sand dollars. Oysters use some types of sand to help produce perals but that's bout all, and plus I've not really heard but maybe sea worm might eat sand. lol sorry if i wasnt no help
Sand dollars are not made. They are born. They are living creatures. They reproduce lika other creatures. There was a myth though that says that sand dollars are made by sea mermaids and it was their currency!
If the river has salt. Sand dollars only live in salt water.
The average size of sand dollars is between 5-10 centimeters.
children in Maine use to think that sand dollars were money that mermaids used
what is the sand dollars kingdom
The structural deference between them is that Sea urchins are more globular whereas sand dollars are flattened. Unlike sea urchins, the sand dollars burrow themselves when threatened. Sand dollars have anus opening at their back side whereas the sea urchins have it at the top.
Sand Dollars do not keep their babies with them. The babies are free floating from the time they are born. The Sand dollars do not even have gestation period for they just release the ripe eggs and sperm to be fertilized outside.
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.
The sand cat eats snakes ,rats ,lizards.
a fat sand rat eats deer dropplings
I say that some types of birds eat Sand Boas
Sand dollars breathe through a process known as diffusion, using their tube feet.
The sand dollars produce their young one by external fertilization. During the breeding time, the seperate male and female sand dollars release their gamate in the water. The sperm finds a ripe egg and develops into a young sand dollar larvae.
i think hawks do
No, sand dollars belong to echinoderms.
A sand dollar can not see for it has no eyes.
there like made of sand bro...
Sand dollars live in ocean and they do not eat sugar. The 80% of their diet is crustacean larvea.
none since sand dollars are actually skeletons of a type of sea animal.
Sand dollars are the leftover skeleton of dead sea-star. They are found in most shallow oceans.
Yes sand dollars are a kind of sea urchins that are flattened and can burrow itself.
Yes it is extremely rare to find sand dollars on the jersey shore.