By means of these the starfish can cling tightly to the surface of a stone.
They were green and blue and red, and they had spiny rays like starfish on which they danced.
The starfish then extrudes its stomach so as to enwrap the prey, and in this curious manner devours the oyster.
"And hear the starfish calling to his mate," I extemporised.
Within this body, as in the starfish, a new body is gradually formed.
This stage reached, the end of the first chapter in the life of the starfish is closed.
starfish Cove and all that land around there, where Bob found this secret radio plant located, is part of the Brownell property.
This inlet, starfish Cove as the boys call it, is on the property.
Maybe a starfish came up and took it down into the ocean with him.
As many as 1,500 starfish have been taken from a single “mop.”
Any of various marine echinoderms of the class Asteroidea, having a star-shaped body usually with five arms. The arms have rows of little suckers on the undersides, called tube feet, with which the animal moves around and grasps prey. Many species extrude their stomach onto prey and digest it externally. Starfish can grow new arms if any are lost, and in one species, a whole individual can be regenerated from a single piece of arm. Starfish are related to sea urchins and sea cucumbers.