I Am A Starfish: Stories By Marine Invertebrates

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Beneath the sea instead of birds, the sky is full of fishes: animals with backbones like us. But the strangest creatures are the ones that have found ways to live without having any bones at all. Scientists have named them the invertebrates: the spineless ones. The weirdest one is the starfish.In Wade Doak’s third I AM book (I am a Fish, I am a Fish Too) you’ll meet members of the main invertebrat...

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Publisher: WADE DOAK (December 13, 2015)
Publication Date: December 13, 2015
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Planet Blue. The spineless ones are called: the sponges, the corals, the marine worms, the molluscs, the echinoderms (seastars etc), the crustaceans and the ascidians or sea squirts.Space explorers find the rules for life on water planets totally weird. They feel like Alice in Wonderland because nothing looks like what it really is. The sky is full of drifters. Plants no longer need roots to find water. Shaped like tiny spheres and necklaces they just drift in the sunny liquid and grow so rapidly they form dense green clouds. Among them swoop trillions of tiny plant-eating animals like flying rabbits, grazing the sky pastures. The explorers call all these drifting micro plants and animals plankton.With so much plankton life orbiting Planet Blue bigger creatures are on the hunt. Many get stacks of food just ballooning about slurping up the plankton soup. Other plankton-feeding animals hold on to the bottom and build amazing high-rise apartments. They look so much like trees and bushes and fans nobody would guess they are animal colonies that just want to trap plankton. Other strange predators looking like armoured war machines or helicopters or lunar landers, range out over the rocks, sand and mud-on the prowl.