The stars in the sky are about to turn golden, but the chocolate star is making a comeback in the wild.
This rare creature is only found in the Pacific and the Atlantic Ocean.
It is not a starfish and has no predators or predators-related adaptations.
Its body is shaped like a giant bean, and it can live up to 50 years, according to the University of New South Wales.
The starfish lives in a shallow water aquarium and feeds on a variety of fish, including salmon and swordfish.
The fish is not very aggressive but it can be aggressive when threatened.
The scientists are hoping that the new fish can help to save the starfish population.
“The starfish is really a rare species, and we have had a very short life, but we have got to make sure we have this starfish back,” Dr Paul Hockenberry, an expert on the Pacific starfish at the University, said.
“If we can get some of these other species in the water we can restore the starfishing population.”
The Pacific starfisher has had a pretty good run, it’s been around for about 30 years,” he said.
The research is published in the journal ZooKeys.
The researchers plan to release the star fish into a saltwater aquarium in New South Welsh waters.
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