Sand dollar shell

Sand dollar shell

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Caption: Sand dollar shell, close-up. The holes on the surface of the shell are pores through which the animal uses to move water into its internal water- vascular system. A sand dollar is an echinoderm closely related to the sea urchin. A key distinguishing feature of this animal is its five- fold (pentameral) symmetry. Photographed in the Malcca Straits, western Malaysia.

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Keywords: ambulacra, ambulacral, animal, biological, biology, close-up, echinoderm, echinodermata, echinoid, fauna, five, five-fold, invertebrates, marine, nature, ocean, pattern, pentameral, sand dollar, sea, sea urchin, shell, symmetry, test, tropical, wildlife, zoological, zoology

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