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SINGAPORE - When Singaporean Ramlan Saim caught a basket star off Pulau Ubin last month, he thought he had reeled in a bunch of seaweed. Here are five things you need to know about the peculiar-looking sea creature: Together with the brittle star, the basket star belongs to the.

Basket stars, sometimes referred to as a Shetland Argus, are a taxon of brittle stars. They are treated as a suborder Euryalina or order Euryalida.

Many of them have characteristic repeatedly branched arms. They generally live in deep sea habitats. In the wild they may live up to 35 years.

They weigh up to 5 kilograms ( 11 lb). viaveminta.space singapore-angler-catches-basket-star-five-things-know-ab. Basket Star have 5 arms sprouting from their central disc, same as any Brittle Star . But madness immediately ensues. Each arm branches out. While basket stars start out with five main arms connected to a central disc, Check out this video from the Seattle Aquarium, showing a basket star eating krill: . Creature Feature: Giant Basket Star (Astrophyton muricatum).

Basket stars are simply a modified brittle star. There are about species. [4] Basket star is an endoskeleton which is form by calcareous spicules. They also possess a calcium carbonate skeleton.

Basket star has five-. Description: Basket star is yellowish to brown in color, and with a disk to 38mm across. The disk is naked with spines on 5 pairs of radial ridges. They weigh up to 5 kilograms (11 lb). 16 Oct SINGAPORE - When Singaporean Ramlan Saim caught a basket star off Pulau Ubin last month, he thought he had.

SINGAPORE - When Singaporean Ramlan Saim caught a basket star off Pulau Ubin last month, he thought he had reeled in a bunch of seaweed. Here are five things you need to know about the peculiar-looking sea creature: Together with the brittle star, the basket star belongs to the.

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