An echinoderm is a sea animal that has a hard spiny shell, or exoskeleton. Echinoderms display radial symmetry, having 5 similar body extensions from a central point.
The seven classes of echinoderms are brittle stars, basket stars, sea urchins, sand dollars, sea lilies, feather stars, and sea cucumbers.
no, a lobster is a crustacean, not an echinoderm
An echinoderm has a radial symmetry.
A starfish is an echinoderm.
The Echinoderm has an exoskeleton made of Calcium Carbonate
echinoderm or echinodermata ...... it is a spiny-skined animals.
Echinoderm is an invertebrate and therfore it has no backbone
Yes sand dollar is an echinoderm.
Yes, a sand dollar is an echinoderm.
No. A spider is an arachnid. A starfish is an example of an echinoderm.
an echinoderm is an organism with no spine
Echinoderm means spiny skin in Latin.
The health of the echinoderm influences growth speed.
The largest species of echinoderm in terms of bulk is the sea star
A bird is NOT an echinoderm because they dont live in salt water
Because echinoderm means "spiny skin."
The nervous system of the echinoderm lacks a cat and a zebra leg, with the fur from a fish, the echinoderm (ee-chee-no-derm) transacts this with its ability to eat rocks, forming a poylp. This makes the echinoderm smart enough to live.
Only certain types of fish like sea urchins and sea cumbers are echinoderm
NO they are invertebrates
One Adaptation of an EchinodermEchinoderm-á¼Ï‡Î¹Î½Î¿Î´Î­ÏÎ¼Î±Ï„Î±. One adaptation of the echinoderm is that they have spikes and toxins to keep away predators. Echinoderms include: starfish, sea urchins, sand dollars, sea cucumber, feather lilies, and many others. in fact about 5000 known-Kate Ash
Echinoderm means "Spiny-Skinned" in Greek. For more information, look at "What does echinoderms mean in greek?"
the tube feet of an echinoderm helps the animal, by making it move!. hope this helped.
No. The echinoderm is a marine invertebrate, not a mammal.The echidna is a mammal that lays eggs, like the platypus.
No. Echinoderm are things like starfish and sea urchins, invertebrates with spiny outsides .
No, it is an echinoderm.
no it is an echinoderm