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Jane Heller's "A Day at the Museum" - "This photo was taken at a local museum--it depicts underwater life as it would have been a few thousand years ago. The 'flowers' pictured are actually sculpted representations of Crinoids AKA Sea Lilies, beautiful marine invertebrates (spineless animals) related to starfish and sea urchins."
To help maximize sun exposure, sunflowers use (heliotropism), a means of moving their large, flowered heads to track the movement of the sun. (heliotropism). Awesome! They follow their source of life. Good example :)