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The man came to a halt on his back with his limbs splayed, looking like a beached starfish.
Floating pale orchid blooms and statice balance the installation, fashioned out of copper pipe and leather tiles, and call to mind starfish and coral.
The clear, cold waters are a window into the lives of Technicolor starfish and anemones.
Researchers have found that Christmas tree worms may protect some corals from bleaching, algal smothering and predation from animals like crown-of-thorns starfish.
Animals like the starfish or the gecko may be best known for their rapid limb regeneration, but deer are actually among the fastest organ-growers in the animal kingdom.
By Patrick McDonnell Little, Brown and Co., 2017 Age 4 and up Hoshi the starfish is so unhappy to be stuck in the sea.
Homes were torn open to give a glimpse of their contents, including a bedroom with a small Christmas tree decorated with starfish.
Their friendship is truly the cunning, pliable, beautiful, talented, brilliant starfish ox sun goddess of friendships.
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