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  • Intro 0:00
  • Objectives 0:06
    • Objectives
  • What are Echinoderms? 0:24
    • What are Echinoderms?
    • Examples
  • Common Characteristics of Echinoderms 1:45
    • Common Characteristics of Echinoderms
  • How do Echinoderms Get Food? 3:25
    • How do Echinoderms Get Food?
    • Water-vascular System
    • Tube Feet
  • Starfish 6:32
    • Starfish
    • Tube Feet
    • Feeding
  • Sea Urchins 9:32
    • Spines and Feet
    • Mouth
  • Example 1: What Do Echinoderms Use to Move Around? 11:05
  • Example 2: What Do Echinoderms Use to Protect Themselves? 11:59
  • Example 3: How Can This Animal Repair a Broken Arm? 12:40
  • Example 4: What Type of Food Does This Animal Eat? 13:13