Telena Allport Routh

Telena Allport Routh

Telena Allport Routh
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wool roving dreads

the shorter sets of Faerie Spun Dreads are still too damp to weigh out, I will have to save them for later.

Crisp and buttery shortbread cookies with a hint of Earl Grey, with just 5-ingredients, they're perfect for a Downton Abbey party, tea time, or scarfing down all by yourself! <---- Like I did!

Good, but try adding 1 tsp vanilla and maybe or 1 extra tea bag! Crisp and buttery shortbread cookies with a hint of Earl Grey, with just they're perfect for a Downton Abbey party, tea time, or scarfing down all by yourself!

Live coral Goniastrea sp., known as green brain coral. One full polyp in the center is shown with four surrounding polyps. Walled corallites are purple.

FIFTH PLACE - Specimen: Live coral Goniastrea sp., known as green brain coral. One full polyp in the center is shown with four surrounding polyps. Walled corallites are purple.

Soft Coral Crab

Hoplophrys oatesi, also known as the candy crab, Oatess soft coral crab, commensal soft coral crab and Dendronephthya crab, lives on various species of soft coral. For camouflage it adopts the colors of the polyps among which it hides. It adds furt

Crown-of-thorns starfish (Acanthaster planci) have wreaked havoc with many reefs in the past by their voracious appetite for hard coral. These days their numbers are smaller and they cause no major problem. The thorns however can cause permanent nerve damage if touched, so be careful. From South Reef.

The Crown-of-Thorns Starfish is a large nocturnal sea star that preys upon coral polyps. The crown-of-thorns receives it name from venomous thorn-like