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Sea Urchin, Channel Islands    Photograph by Lindsey Hesla, My Shot    Sea urchins brandish their spines on the seafloor near the Channel Islands. Scientists recently discovered that the eyeless invertebrates “see” by detecting light with their spines.

Sea Urchin, Channel Islands Photograph by Lindsey Hesla, My Shot Sea urchins brandish their spines on the seafloor near the Channel Islands. Scientists recently discovered that the eyeless invertebrates “see” by detecting light with their spines.

DIY: HOW TO MAKE JELLYFISH AIR PLANTS- Supplies: transparent string sea urchins air plants crimp beads flat nose pliers scissors- Don’t forget to submerge the plant in water for 2-3 hours every two weeks!

DIY: HOW TO MAKE JELLYFISH AIR PLANTS- Supplies: transparent string sea urchins air plants crimp beads flat nose pliers scissors- Don’t forget to submerge the plant in water for 2-3 hours every two weeks!

foam balls split in half. stick toothpicks or skewers into the foam and spray. made to look like some sort of coral OR fireworks too.

foam balls split in half. stick toothpicks or skewers into the foam and spray. made to look like some sort of coral OR fireworks too.

Sea urchins are spiny, hard-shelled creatures that live on rocky seafloor on different depths, from shallow waters to great depths. Description from kimmode123.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Sea urchins are spiny, hard-shelled creatures that live on rocky seafloor on different depths, from shallow waters to great depths. Description from kimmode123.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Sea urchins made from painted wooden skewers and styrofoam balls -   Under the Sea - Anthropologie Window Display from i heart interiors

Sea urchins made from painted wooden skewers and styrofoam balls - Under the Sea - Anthropologie Window Display from i heart interiors

sea urchin shells were the inspiration for my late night drawing which i am actually posting to my "my work" board bc i never do and why not?

sea urchin shells were the inspiration for my late night drawing which i am actually posting to my "my work" board bc i never do and why not?

Jean Baptiste (Pierre Antoine) de Monet, Chevalier de Lamarck [1744-1829], Echinus 136—Tableau Encyclopédique et Méthodique des Trois Regnes de la Nature, Paris 1791-1798. From the pattern library of WikiMechanics.org. Photograph by D Dunlop.

Jean Baptiste (Pierre Antoine) de Monet, Chevalier de Lamarck [1744-1829], Echinus 136—Tableau Encyclopédique et Méthodique des Trois Regnes de la Nature, Paris 1791-1798. From the pattern library of WikiMechanics.org. Photograph by D Dunlop.

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