Ok, the basic problem you have is that you get confused between what a foot is and what a suction cup is.
Lets take the 5 pointed starfish, each 5 points is a foot. on one foot there is lots of suction cups.
but the answer to the question is, yes but they have more than one they have 1 million+ between 5 feet in a 5 pointed starfishes case
Sea stars can regenerate (can grow any part as long as the central disk is still partially in tact), has skin containing calcium carbonate for protection, can see light and dark (thanks to eyespots on each arm), to eat it puts its stomach into a mussel or clam shell to digest then slurp up, tube feet with strong suction to help eat clams and mussels, and pedicellaria (microscopic pinchers on skin) to keep clean, water vascular system (aids gas exchange, digestion, movement, and movement of flud throughout the body).
A starfish as an average of 36 chromosomes.
You can't exactly catch a star. It is a ball of super hot gas, swelled to an extremely big size. You can't exactly catch a star. It is a ball of super hot gas, swelled to an extremely big size. Carefully and then put it in your pocket, never let it go.
In kelp forests
kingdom animalia --- phylum echinodermata--- class Ophiuroidea
A starfish can only live on the and for a very short time before they die. Starfish depend on saltwater to keep them alive and dry out and die when out of the water.
Starfish..Grow through a process called pylatithus
aboral or dorsal
well starfish can sleep up to 12 hours like humans,but they dont have to sleep...
Starfish are not poisonous, they are often considered a delicacy.
Yes, and so are seals.
Almost all starfish are non-poisonous. The exception that comes to mind is the Crown of Thorns starfish, that carries a toxic charge on its spines. However, it's painful to even pick up, much less eat. I think you're okay on this one.
To let out the wastes
They look like twinkle twinkle little star some people say
Two names of protists are algae and protozoa.
THEY DONT NEED TO DRINK, THEY LIVE IN THE WATER.!
Since the starfish is a cold-blooded animal, its body temperature is the same temperature as the surrounding water it lives in. Each starfish's temperature varies.