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Found it today at the beach...I need to know what it is.

Discussion in '☋ Diving and Marine Life ☋' started by Elsa, Jul 11, 2008.

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  1. Elsa

    Elsa DI New Member

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    Hi:

    I found this animal at the beach today and have never seen it before.

    Please, can someone identify it?

    Thanks :smile:
     

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    archon_manofsteel DI Forum Adept Blood Donor

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    It's a "Mr. Potato Head"... im not really quite sure.. :D

    Good day! :smile:
     
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    Looks like a hairy nipple. :D
     
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    uhmm.. PLease focus on what the guy is holding and NOT on what they guy has been growing for all these years. OK? hahahaha! :D :wink:
     
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    Or it could be a Christmas decoration jim lad :D
     
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    I thought this was a marine and fish identification forum not a nipple id one...:rolleyes:

    I'm not that guy, I'm a woman and thank God it wasn't my picture...:wink:

    Now, please, can someone help????
     
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    i forgot the name of that ( white thing), I think that can be eaten. Many of that can even be found of some floating bamboos in the sea.
     
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    These are Goose Barnacles, filter-feeding crustaceans attached to floating objects at sea.
     
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