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Clam - I wonder if the tentacles belong to the clam or another creature that co-exists with it?

Perinereis nuntia (aka voted most beautiful worm) by Alexander Semenov underwater photography. Find his work on Flickr, too. Idea: pieced and applique quilting.

✿ Small Giant Clams~Tridacna Maxima is a species of bivalve found throughout the Indo-Pacific.The attractive colours of the small giant clam are the result of pigment cells, which have a crystalline structure inside. These are thought to protect the clam from the effects of intense sunlight, or bundle light to enhance photosynthesis, the energy-producing process carried out by the tiny algae living within. Found in Africa, India, China, Australia, Southeast Asia and the islands of the Pacific. ✿

I think technically this falls into exteriors, or perhaps just heaven!

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Did you know the tail of a male leafy sea dragon will turn bright yellow when he is ready to mate? (This stunning creature was photographed by Brad Chiplin)