Fantasy fan - vertical flipped.  Beautiful displayed on wall together.

Fantasy Fan Flipped

Gorgonian Sea Fan Photograph: "Fantasy Fan Flipped" by Paula Marie deBaleau

Break a sponge in half, and two grow.  More than a colony, less vulnerable than a tissue-based creature.  Human societies could learn a lesson from the lowly sponge. Tube Sponge (Aplysina fistularis).

mad-as-a-marine-biologist: “ Yellow Tube Sponge Aplysina fistularis © moralcoral The few species of demosponge that have entirely soft fibrous skeletons with no hard elements have been used by humans.

Tall fan coral by Meredith Woolnough, Embroidery thread, pins, glass beads on paper.

Tall fan coral by Meredith Woolnough, Embroidery thread, pins, glass beads on paper.

Sea Urchins                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Sea Urchins More. maybe paper mache over balloons then painted

3D CORAL REEF | ASTA MASIULYTE                                                                                                                                                      More

This coral's various circular shapes creates an interesting visual image that can be incorporated into dresses, ruffles, and other design aesthetics.

Underwater Photographer Stan Bysshe's Gallery: Contest: Lettuce Sea  Slug

Lettuce Sea Slug from Underwater Photographer Stan Bysshe. Wouldn't this make a fabulous ruffled knit or crochet scarf?

Christmas Tree Featherdusters 1363 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The one inch spiral gill plumes of Christmas Tree Featherduster worms extend from a coral formation in 40 feet of water, Grand Cayman. The third, brown gill structure belongs to a second individual living uncharacteristically close to the yellow worm.

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