Certain species of starfish are edible. In some countries, such as Japan, starfish is considered a delicacy. Starfish can be baked, boiled or deep fried. The legs must be severed and opened to reach the edible flesh insi... More »

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A starfish eats by wrapping its arms around a bivalve's shell, prying it open, injecting its stomach into the shell and then digesting the prey. After digesting, it slides the stomach back into its body. This allows the ... More »

www.reference.com Pets & Animals Marine Life Starfish

Most starfish, also known as sea stars, eat by prying open the shells of prey such as clams or oysters with their arms, pushing their stomachs out their mouths and into the prey's shell, partially digesting the animal an... More »

Starfish belong to the phylum Echinodermata, which is a Greek term referring to the spiny texture of many species in the phylum. Echinodermata is the largest phylum with no freshwater or terrestrial representatives, and ... More »

A starfish eats by wrapping its arms around a bivalve's shell, prying it open, injecting its stomach into the shell and then digesting the prey. After digesting, it slides the stomach back into its body. This allows the ... More »

www.reference.com Pets & Animals Marine Life Starfish

Most starfish, also known as sea stars, eat by prying open the shells of prey such as clams or oysters with their arms, pushing their stomachs out their mouths and into the prey's shell, partially digesting the animal an... More »

Starfish are eaten by sharks that live near the bottom of the ocean, such as nurse sharks, horn sharks and Port Jackson sharks. They are also preyed upon by manta rays, Alaskan king crabs and other starfish. More »

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