this is a baby, a juvenile sea biscuit (Clypeaster subdepressus) a kind of echinoderm related to sea urchins; uses its arms to move and to find food.
Photo by Bruno Vellutini

this is a baby, a juvenile sea biscuit (Clypeaster subdepressus) a kind of echinoderm related to sea urchins; uses its arms to move and to find food.

  • Photo by Bruno Vellutini
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    SEA BISCUIT. I MEAN SEA CUMBER makes some sense but BISCUIT?!? SEA BISCUIT?
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