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  • Evelyn Rivera

    Blue Clams. The ocean has the most beautiful, unique life. #sea #seacreatures #aquariumarchitecture

  • Tana Adams

    #Blue Clams #ocean #sea life

  • Arye Paran

    Into the blue

  • Jenny Kulba Biche'

    Giant clams - these Tridacna look like big blue lips!

  • Lauren Hulsey

    Blue Clams | by Alex Cearns. Yes, their lips really are those crazy colors, with many other awesome and unique variations. These are Giant Clams, Tridacna gigas, and often live to be 100 years or more. T gigas is on the endangered species list.

  • Paula Blott

    Sunday brunch (60 photos)

  • 1hipchik

    Blue clams... Mother Nature!

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

You would have to have a pretty big home for a gated door like this one but isn't it pretty.

✿ 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. ✿

When you delve underwater, you never know what you'll find! How about this wreck in the Maldives?

Another nudibranch... I find myself endlessly fascinated with the incredible variety and stunning colors in these tiny obscure creatures.

Sail to the best diving locations in the Mediterranean Sea:

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