Sand Dollar. By: Mark Trombley. It is an animal that lives slightly buried in the sand in shallow coastal waters. What is a Sand Dollar. The bodies of many species of sand dollars contain slots of notches. Sand moves up through the slots when the animal buries itself.
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It is an animal that lives slightly buried in the sand in shallow coastal watersWhat is a Sand Dollar
Sand moves up through the slots when the animal buries itselfWhat is their Body structure like?
A sand dollar releases eggs from small openings near the center of the top of the body
The eggs develop into free-swimming larvae.How do they reproduce?
A sand dollar eats tiny aquatic organisms that it finds among the sand grains or traps from the surrounding water.What do they eat?
I learned a lot about sand dollars. It is a fascinating creature of the sea. I wish I could study more as a job or something. Maybe I could be a Marine Biologist.Conclusion