A murmuration of starlings.'murmuration of starlings' means a FLOCK of starlings! An amazing word, not used very much these days, and an AMAZING picture.if you look at the bottom group, it look like a bird shape:):):)
Some of the most attractive of New Zealand’s anemones are the jewel anemones (Corynactis australis). These ones have a pink body and transparent tentacles with bright pink tips. The creatures are usually found growing in dense colonies around the coast.
What looks like a series of magical glowing lights is actually a nudibranch! This one is called Janolus cristatus and it grows to around in length. What a tiny beauty! Since the body is transparent, you can clearly see its intestines running throughout.
Dinoflagellates are single-celled organisms that live in lakes, rivers, and oceans. Some species that live in the ocean flash on contact. This dinoflagellate model times life size!) can be seen in Creatures of Light.