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    Glowing Electric Blue Sea Anemone - best inspiration for my chandeliers and sconces

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    deep sea creatures - Google zoeken

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    deep sea pics | Deep Sea Life Wallpaper | Deep Sea Life Desktop Background

  • Scuba Snorkel World

    Sea Anemones, a close relative of coral and jellyfish, spend the majority of their time attached to rocks at the bottom of the sea or to coral reefs. As carnivores, they sit and wait for fish to get close enough to where they can wrap and consume the fish using their venom-filled tentacles. There are more than 1,000 different species of sea anemones found in various sea depths and running the full spectrum of colors. #scuba #diving #snorkel #snorkeling #scubadiving

  • C B

    One of my favorite desktop wallpapers --- Gorgeous Sea Anemone

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