O. M. F. G I want to go to there.
The Western Sand Dollar (Dendraster excentricus) A small disc-shaped marine animal closely related to the sea urchin. They are from the class of marine animals known as Echinoids, spiny skinned creatures. When exposed to a steady flow of water, they gather in groups, forming rows in the sand. Because the shape of a sand dollar is a hydrofoil, this draws particles of food closer in to their mouths during feeding, a benefit enhanced by the alignment of many individuals together into a communal feeding group.
One of my most favourite sea creatures…at least I think you call them that.
For my sister Jade
My favourite flower.