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Really not much to say here. My current status is: no life. So I'm kind of on the look out for one... though not really, truth be told. Kind of boring. Mostly just reblogs here of anything that catches my eye. But I have learned how to crochet somewhat recently so in the occasional post I will showcase what I've made, mostly small creatures. Also other crafty things I do; they'll show up here as well.
That's about all I care to put here at the moment. Please, enjoy.
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underthevastblueseas:

Christmas tree worms come in a variety of bright colors. They aren’t very big, averaging about 1.5 inches in length. However, because of their distinctive shape, beauty, and color, these worms are easily spotted. They are some of the most widely recognized polycheates, or marine burrowing, segmented worms out there.

Each worm has two brightly colored crowns that protrude from its tube-like body. These Christmas tree-like crowns are composed of radioles, or hair-like appendages radiating from the worm’s central spine. These appendages are used for respiration and to catch dinner, which typically consists of microscopic plants, or phytoplankton, floating in the water.

These worms are sedentary, meaning that once they find a place they like, they don’t move much. In fact, while the colorful crowns of these worms are visible, most of their bodies are anchored in burrows that they bore into live coral. When startled, Christmas tree worms rapidly retract into their burrows, hiding from would-be predators.

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nooby-banana:

Ok I promise I’ll do something productive after this.  But first more winter Blue Sky things because reasons.

Ahhhh!  Man you just have such great palettes!  So cute and pretty like a Blue Sky Christmas card!

WHEATLEY’S HEAD HAS A HANDLE

howw so cute

this whole thing is brilliant

I’m gonna make a panda ornament now. o3o