Tell me your favorite sea creature.

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I love to see jellyfish even if i have not been there physical

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It would have to be between orcas and dolphins. Both are so smart and majestic to watch.

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My favorite creature is the octopus. I remembered seeing one female octopus just minding her own business. A male octopus came up to her. I believe he was trying to mate with her. However, without any warning, she just came up to him and started eating him. It was wonderfully epic. That being said, I just like how octopuses can squeeze through any space and hide wherever they have to. I also find their tentacles very adorable, as well as their swelled heads and big, round eyes.
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I'm torn between picking sea turtles and sea anemones. I really like sea turtles, I think they're so adorable and fun. But at the same time, I remember learning about sea anemones and how their digestive systems worked when I was in school. I remember being so fascinated.
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A tilapia fish is my favorite sea creature.

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I like dolphins but another one that gets my attention are pufferfishes. I just find them cute and they look really funny when they puff their bodies :lol:

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Mine are dolphins. They're really friendly and I love it whenever they jump briefly to the surface!

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readandsmile wrote: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.
Personally, I Iike dolphins.
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I'm not sure if it would count as a sea creature, but I would say manatee. There's something really adorable about them.
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I think that a seahorse is probably my 2nd favorite, but the one that wins all the prizes is the Axoloti. If you don't believe me, check out the very cute picture:

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My favourite would be the whale. A gentle giant!
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Sea otters and dolphins are some of my favourites. I also like sea turtles,because of finding nemo.

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Dolphins and starfish for me!

-- 22 Oct 2017, 01:09 --

starfish and dolphins!
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jeminah28 wrote:
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.
They are absolutely beautiful. They are definitely my favorite.

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oh, I love dolphins but I wanted to see real sea horses because it looks like mysterious, tiny and awesome. my common favorite is fish, a different kind of fish.

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