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More than half of what used to be coral reefs are now covered with sponges and algae.

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The Sponge Guide: Image # 72: Spheciospongia vesparium

The Sponge Guide: Image # 72: Spheciospongia vesparium

Synaptula (Apodida) - coral reef on the Eastern Coast of Thailand

Synaptula (Apodida) - coral reef on the Eastern Coast of Thailand

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Aplysina fistularis [Saint Lucia, Leeward Islands]

Aplysina fistularis [Saint Lucia, Leeward Islands]

Callyspongia vaginalis [Florida Keys, United States]

Callyspongia vaginalis [Florida Keys, United States]

Callyspongia vaginalis [Florida Keys, United States]

Callyspongia vaginalis [Florida Keys, United States]

Sea Cucumber (Synapta Maculata) also known as Tripang, Synaptid Sea Cucumber, Wormfish, Spotted Worm Sea Cucumber, Spotted Sea Cucumber, Banded Sea Cucumber, Conspicuous Sea Cucumber, Tropical Sea Cucumber. Some types of sea cucumbers are edible and considered a delicacy in the Far East countries.

Sea Cucumber (Synapta Maculata) also known as Tripang, Synaptid Sea Cucumber, Wormfish, Spotted Worm Sea Cucumber, Spotted Sea Cucumber, Banded Sea Cucumber, Conspicuous Sea Cucumber, Tropical Sea Cucumber. Some types of sea cucumbers are edible and considered a delicacy in the Far East countries.

Cyerce Sea Slug (Cyerce is a genus of sacoglossan sea slugs, a shell-less marine opisthobranch gastropod molluscs in the family Caliphyllidae).

Cyerce Sea Slug (Cyerce is a genus of sacoglossan sea slugs, a shell-less marine opisthobranch gastropod molluscs in the family Caliphyllidae).

Plakortis angulospiculatus [Little San Salvador, Bahamas]

Plakortis angulospiculatus [Little San Salvador, Bahamas]

Pygmy sundew by jezebel144.deviantart.com on @deviantART

A pygmy sundew from California Carnivores.

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