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Alison Young Jun 24
Please enjoy my "Homes of the Stars" tour.
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Ryan Hodgson Jul 1
Nature is incredible! ๐ŸŽฅ YT: Zeb Hallock
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Yes I'm Log ๐Ÿ›ธ Apr 11
Iโ€™m tired, have some fortnite girls that I really really love, but never really draw or wear
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Yes I'm Log ๐Ÿ›ธ Apr 17
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Brock. May 4
โ € ๐’‰๐’๐’‘๐’† ๐’‰๐’‚๐’” ๐’‚ ๐’„๐’๐’”๐’• american transfer. smartass. closeted. anxious mess.
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Cormac's Coast Apr 12
A cushion star almost hidden in the jumble of life and colour.
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Lisa Kowalski Jul 13
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Strange Sounds Jul 18
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Lisa Kowalski Jul 21
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Marine Conservation Society Apr 16
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Rachel DeSot โ˜•๏ธ๐Ÿ“– Apr 18
Do you like my painting? Absolutely! The quaking are magnificent with their amber leaves, and the are lovely, the way they dapple the ocean floor. Iโ€™m impressed. Um, thatโ€™s bread, not trees. And those are star cookies on a plate.
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farhad kaiser Jul 3
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Juliana Jun 11
She walks in silence with all her beauty in her stunning but fragile world while most of us have forgotten what really matters. Life is too short to ignore the beauty around us. One day we won't see it anymore. via
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Sandi O'Reilly Jul 22
New Artwork For Sale "Thorny Starfish Framed Print" This thorny starfish was found at our OBX, Outer Banks, of NC. Please TW thank you!!
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Jack Sewell Jun 26
โญCommon cushion stars (Asterina gibbosa) aren't fond of being left with their soft bits exposed, so do a very slow cartwheel to right themselves. Check out their tiny tube feet too! (Vid=sped up obvs!) โญ
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Paul N May 31
Hello from a breezy but sunny Cleethorpes. Take care everyone.
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Cormac's Coast Apr 11
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CathysCraftyDesigns on Etsy Jul 13
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Adiel Klompmaker Jul 17
Starfish! This Middle Ordovician (~465-million-year-old) sea star was collected from the Chickamauga limestone in Bibb County, Alabama. One of the few fossil of these echinoderms in the collections.๐Ÿ˜ƒ
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AlliegatorArt Aug 3
Made the prettiest starfish bracelet!!! Sheโ€™ll be in my next update which will be a big one!!! Thursday at 8pm!!!
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