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Star eats a star in Deep Bay

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: A hungry leather star, a type of starfish that feels like leather and smells like garlic, feasts on a smaller leather star at the Deep Bay Marine Field Station Tuesday afternoon. Above, from left, facility coordinator Stephanie Richards and education program assistant Claire Vial observe the cannibalism. - CANDACE WU PHOTO
FOOD FOR THOUGHT: A hungry leather star, a type of starfish that feels like leather and smells like garlic, feasts on a smaller leather star at the Deep Bay Marine Field Station Tuesday afternoon. Above, from left, facility coordinator Stephanie Richards and education program assistant Claire Vial observe the cannibalism.
— image credit: CANDACE WU PHOTO

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: A hungry leather star, a type of starfish that feels like leather and smells like garlic, feasts on a smaller leather star at the Deep Bay Marine Field Station Tuesday afternoon. Above, from left, facility coordinator Stephanie Richards and education program assistant Claire Vial observe the cannibalism.

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