Starfish have eyes — not just light-sensitive "eye spots", but real, honest-to-Poseidon eyes, one at the end of each of their arms. They probably see the world differently than we do (for instance, they're likely colorblind and can't see at near the level of detail), but they can see. And they know about that time you poked them with a stick.

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