Discover the unique world of starfish, a marine creature with no brain or blood, yet thriving in oceans worldwide
Starfish, scientifically known as Asteroidea, aren't fish. They're echinoderms, akin to sand dollars and sea urchins.
While many starfish have five arms, some species boast up to 40! Each arm ends with an eye that senses light and movement.
From mass spawning to asexual reproduction, the starfish lifecycle is a complex journey from the ocean floor to mature adulthood.
Starfish maintain ecological balance, controlling other species' populations and supporting marine habitats like kelp forests
Pollution, habitat loss, and Sea Star Wasting disease threaten starfish populations, demanding conservation efforts.
From aboriginal fables to Christian and Egyptian myths, starfish have always fascinated and inspired human tales.
While starfish are edible in many cultures, always ensure they are sourced responsibly and are safe to consume.
Delving into common questions about starfish – from their edible nature to their unique freshwater incompatibility.