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Image of a feather starfish on a coral reef
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Red Feather Starfish

Looking more like a delicate flower than an animal, the feather starfish uses its numerous feathery arms to capture microscopic plankton from the passing current. Known also as crinoids, these are the only starfish to have their mouth facing upward in the center of their arms.

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