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2010-10-14 17:49:21
2010-10-14 17:49:21

Birds and sea otters, will eat sea stars.


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easy.think about a sea animal and what it eats. then think about what THAT animal eats

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A sea star is an obnivore because it eats meat like clams and mussels and eats plants like sea weed.

Sea star is another name for echinoderm star fish or sun star, which is a marine animal with spiny skin. Echinoderm means spiny skin in Greek, hence the name. Sea turtles, basking sharks, and sun fish are just a few of the predators of sea stars.

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A sea star eats mainly mollusks. It does this by using the water vascular system in its body to attach itself the the shell of its prey. The prey resists, but over time, its muscles become tired, and the sea star inverts its stomach into the shell to suck in the animal.

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Yes because it eats stuff like mussels and sea weed.

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The Chiton's predator is the sea star and some types of octopus.

A sea star isn't necessarily either. It eats whatever floats by it, but its mostly particles, seeing as a sea star doesn't have that good of a digestive system.

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