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Cookie likey - blue sea sponge is a dead ringer for the cookie mon

The stove pipe sponge is actually an underwater sea creature which lives in warm waters around the Carribean.
  • Lisa Wood

    Diver photographs ‘Cookie Monster of the Sea’- Mauricio Handler's wife was first to spot sea sponge that looked like famous 'Sesame Street' character, and swam to him laughing through her mask...

  • Darlynn Jo

    Diver photographs 'Cookie Monster of the Sea' | Photo is courtesy of ©Mauricio Handler/ | It was a job well done by the photographer, who said the Cookie Monster was actually three tube sponges that had fused together over time. (Sea sponges, while they may appear to be plant-like, are actually multi-cellular animals that attach to the sea floor, or to reefs, and feed by filtering particles from currents.)

  • Kris P.

    Meet the Cookie Monster sea sponge! Spotted on the reefs of Curacao in the Caribbean. Image by Mauricio Handler.

  • Karen Maike van Asperen Vervenne

    These sea sponges look just like the Cookiemonster!! Picture by Mauricio Zuardi Handler in Curacao.

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  • Cathy Mills

    Had the same experience. Acquired a carrier shell with what was said to be coral attached but I believe it to be glass sponge.

  • Karen Smith

    what ever it is its still stunning

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