Bubble Algae, Sea Pearl or sailor s eyeball seaweed (Ventricaria ventricosa), St. John's Reef, one of the largest single-cells known it can grow to nearly 5cm in diameter, Egypt Red Sea, Indian Ocean Africa

Plant like animals are attached to rocks or seaweeds. Some, like Anemones can move. Others have fan or finger shaped growths covered with polyps Like Dead man’s fingers. Some have feather-like arms such as crinoids.


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Category: Attached | Marine Life | 
Place Taken: Red Sea | Egypt |
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Bubble Algae, Sea Pearl or sailor s eyeball seaweed (Ventricaria ventricosa), St. John's Reef, one of the largest single-cells known it can grow to nearly 5cm in diameter, Egypt Red Sea, Indian Ocean Africa
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