Feeling Blue

Feeling Blue

Who’s feeling blue? Not us, but we are meeting a very blue echinoderm (sea stars, sand dollars & sea urchins)! That’s right- we’re meeting the blue sea star!

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Date: 5/16

Location: Raja Ampat Islands

Blue Sea Stars Fun Facts:

  • Blue sea stars come in several different shades of blue.
  • They have short yellow tube feet.
  • Blue sea stars are slow movers.
  • Blue sea stars can regenerate body parts.
  • They are also known as the Blue Comet sea star.

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There were numerous blue sea starts in the reef we were exploring! They are so gorgeous and brighten up the reef!

 

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  1. dangrdafne

    I have NEVER seen a blue sea star. It is gorgeous! Wow! The aquarium should get some of these 🙂

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