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Underwater World: Strange Beauties of the Sea - July/August 2012 - Sierra Magazine - Sierra Club

Underwater World: Strange Beauties of the Sea - July/August 2012 - Sierra Magazine - Sierra Club

Sea Angel (Clione limacina), 5 cm    … found from the surface to 350 m in depth. Distribution of Clione limacina is mostly in cold waters, as the Arctic Ocean to North Carolina, Alaska, Canada, Northern Europe in Northern Atlantic and North Pacific.  It can survive one year without food.(read more: Wikipedia)     (images: Alexander Semenov)

Sea Angel (Clione limacina), 5 cm … found from the surface to 350 m in depth. Distribution of Clione limacina is mostly in cold waters, as the Arctic Ocean to North Carolina, Alaska, Canada, Northern Europe in Northern Atlantic and North Pacific. It can survive one year without food.(read more: Wikipedia) (images: Alexander Semenov)

Sea lilies: five pairs of feather-like arms standing on a long stalk which is retained throughout the animal's life.

Sea lilies: five pairs of feather-like arms standing on a long stalk which is retained throughout the animal's life.

Underwater closeup shot of a fish-eating anemone by R. Aaron Raymond

Underwater closeup shot of a fish-eating anemone by R. Aaron Raymond

Blue-lined Sabretooth Blenny (Plagiotremus rhinorynchos), resting inside a Tube Worm hole in Brain Coral. Also known as Tube-worm Blenny.

Blue-lined Sabretooth Blenny (Plagiotremus rhinorynchos), resting inside a Tube Worm hole in Brain Coral. Also known as Tube-worm Blenny.

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