Laser stars are another desert-dwelling echinoderm from planet Tizin-A. Don't look directly at the laser stars. Each spine of the laser stars has a swiveling base to continually point directly at you, and each star often has fifty or more spines. The spines are hollow and emit a laser beam through the open tip. This confuses and blinds predators. Laser stars have a more centralized vascular system than Earth echinoderms and die quickly if stabbed through the center.
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