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  • Rights: University of Waikato Published 14 August 2017 Size: 310 KB Referencing Hub media

    Sea stars are echinoderms, which means ‘spiny skin’. Most sea stars have rows of spines (or tiny spines called spicules) on their topside for protection from predators. Some sea stars also have shorter spines underneath, alongside their tube feet.

    Acknowledgement: University of Waikato

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