Apr 9, 2008: Sea Stars: Not Really That Cute

Posted by Forrest Peaker on December 05, 2014 2 Comments

eyeofstarfish Underside of a sea star, up close. The entrance to the mouth is covered by a mass of tube feet. The mouth opens up into the mobile cardiac stomach, which leads to a fixed stomach, which leads to the anus, which is on the top of the star. tubefeet

Tube feet suctioned onto a rock. Read more about sea stars here.

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Posted by because everyone loves a good oyster joke | Hama Hama® Oyster Blog on December 05, 2014

[…] This is a recycled t-shirt idea for us (we printed some sea star shirts in 2007). But if you still don’t get it, go geek out on sea stars here and here. […]

Posted by Winter Tideflats on December 05, 2014

[…] a starfish, taking his cut of the tumble farm production. Remember that starfish can actually evert their stomach and digest their prey remotely. That means they don’t actually have to get in the cage with […]

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