Blue Eyris Pearls - Pearls from the sea creatures known as abalone are incredibly rare. They cannot be cultured like the pearls from mussels and oysters; abalone are all hemophiliacs. They bleed to death when injected with a nucleus.
Starfish or sea stars are echinoderms belonging to the class Asteroidea. The names "starfish" and "sea star" essentially refer to members of the class Asteroidea. However, common usage frequently finds "starfish" and "sea star" also applied to ophiuroids which are correctly referred to as "brittle stars" or "basket stars".
Blobfish - Found in the deep seas off the coast of Australia, the Blobfish is as lethargic as it looks and sounds. While this aquatic being may look like something out of a horror film, there’s no need to be scared because it’s essentially a floating gelatinous mass with very little muscle. The comatose creature doesn’t even bother to swim; it simply swallows whatever drifts by its mouth, making it even more sloth-like than an actual sloth.