in the ocean ^^
A starfish lives in the sea and occasionally in coral reefs
No but there habitat certainly can.
It gets jiggy with it
no it stays in water
A starfish habitat can get up to -50oC and 500oC in the summer but often it is 250oC
Numerous animals live in the same habitat as hammerhead sharks and starfish. For example, dolphins, whales, other sharks, and plankton all live in an oceanic habitat together.
because it is to cold for them and enemies eat them
They have water vascular system...
seaweed is something you might find in a starfishes habitat.
sea foors and rock pools
The starfish likes to stay at the very bottom of the sea, and that is also usually where they are located. Starfish are found everywhere in all places, but the mostly prefer rocky areas.
I think that would be in rock pools and shallow waters
Starfish live in saltwater, on rocks or reefs
because of its adaptations to the ocean
starfishes habitats are in shallow rock pools
Starfish are a threatened species due to habitat loss and pollution. Starfish are slow-moving creatures, making easy prey for fish, crabs, rays, sharks, birds, and humans.
I have found live starfish in shallow salt water in rocky areas close to shore (North Carolina beaches).
Starfish help the environment in numerous ways. Namely, they keep the population of sea mollusks in check, and they keep their habitat free of barnacles and algae.
Starfish can't actually see but they have ways to sense the habitat around them. For example, at the tips of their arms they have optic cushions which look like slits.