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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.

Jewel Anemones- The modest jewel anemone (Corynactis haddoni) may well be one of

Jewel Anemones- The modest jewel anemone (Corynactis haddoni) may well be one of the most interesting animal species as it exhibits a high degree of colour variability.Like other anemones, the jewel anemone can reproduce asexually by splitting, which lead

Jewel Anemones- The modest jewel anemone (Corynactis haddoni) may well be one of

Jewel Anemones- The modest jewel anemone (Corynactis haddoni) may well be one of the most interesting animal species as it exhibits a high degree of colour variability.Like other anemones, the jewel anemone can reproduce asexually by splitting, which lead