Tell me your favorite sea creature.

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Tell me your favorite sea creature.

Post by readandsmile » 02 Sep 2017, 19:54

This book shares an experiences across the oceans. For in the ocean, there are several sea creatures, big and small that will makes as amazed like their amazing adventures.
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Post by Amagine » 02 Sep 2017, 20:01

My favorite sea creature would be a dolphin.
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Post by Michelle92 » 02 Sep 2017, 20:08

I think a shark.

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Post by Excitedreads » 02 Sep 2017, 20:40

I've never thought about it... so i don't think i have a favourite sea creature per choice, but i do have a favourite sea experience. Being from the caribbean, i've dove out to watch coral reefs and all the beautiful sea creatures that live within. Their habitat, and the special varieties of creatures that inhabit them would be my favorite
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Post by jwalker73 » 02 Sep 2017, 22:01

I could sit and watch seahorses all day. The have such an unusual appearance and are so graceful.

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Post by Ferdinand_otieno » 02 Sep 2017, 22:54

Dolphins, definitely dolphins.

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Post by jeminah28 » 03 Sep 2017, 02:53

jwalker73 wrote:I could sit and watch seahorses all day. The have such an unusual appearance and are so graceful.
I really wanted to see a real sea horses. Hoping to see it someday.
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Post by AliceofX » 03 Sep 2017, 03:06

Used to really like dolphins. But then I learned more about them and they don't seem like such nice creatures anymore.

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Post by megazean » 03 Sep 2017, 03:08

horse

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Post by IsabelMay » 03 Sep 2017, 03:14

I can't decide between seahorse, see turtles and dolphins. There's not much similarity between them, but seahorses are so tiny and cute, dolphins are friendly and turtles are adorable. Seas are truly a treasure with so many amazing creatures, it's shame humans are polluting it every day.

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Post by Lest92 » 03 Sep 2017, 08:00

It's hard to choose because when I think about the different sea animals, they all are fascinating. But if I had to pick favourites, I'm hovering between penguins and orcas.

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Post by jeminah28 » 03 Sep 2017, 09:03

IsabelMay wrote:I can't decide between seahorse, see turtles and dolphins. There's not much similarity between them, but seahorses are so tiny and cute, dolphins are friendly and turtles are adorable. Seas are truly a treasure with so many amazing creatures, it's shame humans are polluting it every day.
I agree with you. Maybe in the next generations of generations, the people wïll see it in the pictures only not in reality.
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Post by Christina Rose » 03 Sep 2017, 11:56

I don't think I could pick just one. I love learning about sea creatures, even when I don't get to see them up close.

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Post by Alicnim » 03 Sep 2017, 12:04

It would have to be striped Merlin or Sailfish. Beloved and treasured in my home town by the sea. Very tasty too, I just think it's a very majestic fish. I can't help grilling it though :)

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Post by Bluecobia » 03 Sep 2017, 13:09

I would say whales they are big and beautiful.

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