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  • Darlynn Jo

    Diver photographs 'Cookie Monster of the Sea' | Photo is courtesy of ©Mauricio Handler/Nationalgeographicstock.com | 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.)

  • Catherine Langston

    Diver photographs 'Cookie Monster of the Sea' | Sea sponge looks like Sesame Street Character.

  • Pooki's Mahi

    Stove Pipe Sponge, Aplysina archeri OMG - I'm the Cookie Monster of the sea! Me want some cookies!

  • Christina Reads YA

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

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