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What is your favourite sea creature?

I don't like to pick favorites, but if I was forced to pick a favorite I would say otters. They are adorable.

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I don't do "favorites" very often - the order of my likes always shifts.
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But I do like these guys :)
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I suppose if I DID have to choose a favorite, it would probably be the octopus. They are fascinating to me. I like the Squids too, but the Octopus hold first place for this sort of animal.
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How did I forget octopus and seahorses?
I shouldn’t pick favorites either, I like too many of them! :)
 
How did I forget octopus and seahorses?
I shouldn’t pick favorites either, I like too many of them! :)
I have very few actual "favorite" things. I mean, maybe I do right this minute, but that'll change in a little bit, so why tell others? I used to, but found out that people got confused and I always explained and they would always say "but you love XYZ" and I really don't any more.
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Haha, I'm in a ramble mood. I should post another sea creature picture.
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I suppose if I DID have to choose a favorite, it would probably be the octopus. They are fascinating to me. I like the Squids too, but the Octopus hold first place for this sort of animal.
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My favorite-at-the-moment is the cuttlefish.

 
My favorite-at-the-moment is the cuttlefish.

since we are on cephalopods, let us not forget the Nautilus :)
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I have always been fascinated by Nudibranchs, snails that lost their shell and dress in warning colors - they incorporate stinging cells into their skin. A couple of my pics.

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Not really a "sea" creature as it needs brackish water, but the axolotl is cool. A salamander which retains it's larval features when fully mature.
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If deep sea creatures count, I'm going to go with the anglerfish because it looks like some kind of mutant that shouldn't exist outside of my nightmares!
 

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