Is climate change killing American starfish?

On the remote rocky shores of the western United States, low tide brings visitors to wave-splashed tide pools to marvel at ocean wonders usually hidden from view.

Superfast evolution in sea stars

(Phys.org) -- How quickly can new species arise? In as little as 6,000 years, according to a study of Australian sea stars.

Study: Sea stars bulk up to beat the heat

A new study finds that a species of sea star stays cool using a strategy never before seen in the animal kingdom. The sea stars soak up cold sea water into their bodies during high tide as buffer against potentially damaging ...

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