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Am starfish project

  1. 1. Starfish By APM
  2. 2. ContentsWhat are starfish?What do they look like?How do they move?Where do they live?What do they eat?Cool facts and pictures
  3. 3. What are Starfish?• Starfish or sea stars live in the sea• They have 5 or sometimes more arms• They are perfectly symmetical
  4. 4. What do they look like? Starfish can be different types of colors like red, orange, pink or yellow some can also be seen in grey,blue,green or purple. Starfish are between eight to 50 centimeters long. Some of them usually have 5 arms although some have 44 arms, some grow back their arms that they lost. Many of them have skinny bodies and their mouth under their bodies. There skin are rough and leathery some of them are spiky.• There are many kinds of starfish. Some of them are the goosefoot, burrowing starfish and cushion star.• Most starfish are less than eight inches across, but a few kinds can be as big as a small car!
  5. 5. How do they move?Starfish cannot swim.They crawl and climb.
  6. 6. Where do they live?Starfish live all overthe world
  7. 7. What do they eat?Sea stars love to eatoysters. They just wrap theirarms around theoyster shell and,using the suctionpower of their feet,pull at the shell untilit opens.
  8. 8. Cool facts and picturesDid you know???? Sea stars have nobrains and no blood.Their nervous systemis spread throughtheir arms and their“blood” is actuallyfiltered sea water.
  9. 9. Thanks for watching!
  10. 10. Refer http://www.marineparks.wa.gov.au/fun-facts/95-sea-stars.h• http://www.calstatela.edu/faculty/eviau/edit557/oceans/nor• http://www.bigsiteofamazingfacts.com/what-do-starfish-eat• http://www.seashellsandsuch.com/articles/whatarestarfish.p• http://marinelife.about.com/od/invertebrates/tp/seastarfact

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