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There are some 2,000 species of Sea stars worldwide, from tropical habitats to the cold seafloor. The five-arm varieties of sea star are the most common, however there are species with 10, 20 and even 40 arms that exist. They have bony, calcified skin, which protects them from most predators, and many wear striking colors that camouflage them or scare off potential attackers. Purely marine animals, there are no freshwater sea stars, and only a few live in brackish water.
Would you love to touch a real life sea star? You can at SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium's Discovery Rockpools, an interactive touch pool where you can get your hands wet and find out what it feels like to hold a sea star, shark egg and more.
$69at the door
$60.40Adult From (Child $48.50)