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Macrocystis pyrifera, commonly known as Giant kelp or Giant bladder kelp

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Giant kelp of the Pacific: okay, not a tree. However, a kelp forest from this angle has all the majesty of the redwoods, and all the mystery of an alien world.

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1905 Seaweeds, Algae, Red Algae, Sea Beech, Lobster Horns, Pepper Dulse Original Antique Chromolithograph to Frame

1905 Red Algae, Sea Beech, Lobster Horn, Pepper Dulse The colors aren't vivid but they may just be natural. I don't know.

1905 Seaweeds, Algae, Red Algae, Sea Beech, Lobster Horns, Pepper Dulse Original Antique Chromolithograph to Frame

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Eucalyptus flowers & buds - 'My Flowering Gum' by Linda Rayton (https://www.flickr.com/photos/30905971@N06/6529034221/)

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Vintage Botanical Print Antique BRITISH SEAWEED, plant print botanical print, bookplate art print, sea plants plant wall print wall art

Vintage Botanical Print Antique BRITISH SEAWEED, plant print botanical print, bookplate art print, sea plants plant wall print wall art. $10.50, via Etsy.

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kelp...sea flowers

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Millepora alcicornis (Branching Fire coral) This is more related to an enemonie or sea jelly instead of coral.

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Trumpet fish on crinoid

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Elodea. Underwater plant that produces oxygen bubbles. Cute for underwater flower arrangement. Buy from pet supply store (used in fish tanks for oxygenation).

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This gorgonian hydroid is about a quarter inch across in real life and lives at the tip of a gorgonian ~ Cathy Church

Underwater Photographer Cathy Church's Gallery

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Beauty under the sea

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Sea anemone in Alaska Sealife Center. Seward, Alaska

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Stunning underwater pictures show undiscovered cave network of the Blue Lake, the deepest of its kind in the world

Underwater plants create an illuminous green light at the Blue Lake in Russia

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Laurent Moreau's sketchbook

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Millepora alcicornis (Branching Fire coral) This is more related to an enemonie or sea jelly instead of coral.

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Feather star (Crinoidea) are primarily nocturnal but they are seen in the open during the day with their arms rolled up. Jim Lyle

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Coral - some underwater beauty off Fryers Well #beach - by #SeaSymphony - www.seasymphony.com

Underwater Photos ~ Dreamy Nature

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Limahuli Garden and Preserve is set in a verdant tropical valley on the north shore of the Hawaiian Island of Kaua`i. The Garden is backdropped by the majestic Makana Mountain and overlooks the Pacific Ocean. In Hawaiian, the name Limahuli means “turning hands,” which recognizes the ancient Hawaiians who built agricultural terraces out of lava rock and planted cultivars of kalo (taro), an important cultural food crop.

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How to Make Realistic Water From Resin

Aquatic plant

How to Make Realistic Water From Resin | eHow

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Ocean portal: plants and algae

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This is a beautiful pic of an ocean sea plant that looks very interesting to me I love it

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This beautiful scanning electron micrograph image shows an ‘Ehux’ or Emiliania huxleyi - the most abundant single-celled plant in the ocean. The floating cells range from just five to 100 micrometres across and they're distinguished by thei...See More

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This beautiful scanning electron micrograph image shows an ‘Ehux’ or Emiliania huxleyi - the most abundant single-celled plant in the ocean. The floating cells range from just five to 100 micrometres across and they're distinguished by thei...See More

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It may look like a plant, but this Antarctic sponge is really one of the longest-living creatures on earth. Found in the Antarctic Ocean, scientists once dated a specimen of the slow-growing sea dweller back to 461 AD, pegging its age at over 1,500-years-old. The Antarctic sponge has no outer protective shell, making it susceptible to predators like fish and turtles, but if left untouched can live for centuries.

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