The stars dwell in skies above and under the seas, and on earth surface too. Although of course the nature of each one is different.
The stars that live in the Universe are a sphere mass of different gases, plasma that held together by its own gravity. Most stars are between 1 billion and at least 10 billion years old. For example, HE 1523-0901, is the oldest one yet discovered, estimated 13.2 billion years old.
The stars that live in the seas are animals of Echinodermata phylum. Starfish belonging to the class Asteroidea. About 1,500 living species stay on the seabed in all oceans of the world, from the tropics to polar waters. also, they are found from the intertidal zone down to abyssal depths (to 6,000 m or 20,000 ft below the surface!).
At last, the stars that inhabit in forests and walks are fungies of Basidiomycetes division. Exists many genres, such as: Geastrum, Astraeus and Myriostoma. The main characteristic is that the spores mature inside a layer, called peridium. At maturity, this outer layer splits and turn outward into segments creating a star-like pattern. Peridium responds to ambient humidity with a hygroscopic behaviour. When wet, opens and when dry, closes.