Sea pen. Sea pens are grouped with the octocorals (“soft corals”), together with sea whips and gorgonians. They were named after their feather-like appearance reminiscent of antique quill pens. Sea pens may rise up to 2 metres (6.6 ft) in some species, such as the tall sea pen (Funiculina quadrangularis) and are sometimes brightly colored. Rarely found above depths of 10 metres (33 ft), sea pens prefer deeper waters where turbulence is less likely to uproot them.
Pic iucnredlist.org / thefeaturedcreature.com Violet-spotted Reef Lobster / Enoplometopus debelius The “Barbie Girl” of lobsters / La "Barbie" de las Langostas
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Bangkok, Thailand: A flowerhorn fish
The blue lobster is 1 in 2 million. Recently one was caught off the coast of Maine. The fellow's daughter named it Skylar :) and is donating the rare crustacean to the Maine Aquarium that already has 3 other blue lobsters and an orange one.