In the first picture, there are the following shells: Oyster, coquina, Anger wing, Razor, clam, cockle and scallop. There are also three crab shells. One is from a Sargasso crab and the other two are from spider crabs.
The second picture is of a Horseshoe crab. Horseshoe crabs have 10 eyes. They have one main pair on the front of their head like we do but have 4 other pairs on their body. They are used a lot for vision research because of this.
This is the body of a sea urchin. After they die and dry out, this is all that is left. They are a cousin to the starfish and there is a small star on the bottom of the shell.
The last “creature” is my son. He thinks he is a sand crab so he buries himself in the sand.
Thanks for visiting. Maybe next time I can make it a contest and give away a prize.
I am going to start participating in Project Green. I will be posting a green picture every day if possible. With all my gardening going on, this should be easy but I bet it is harder than I think. I tried to upload a picture a moment ago but it wouldn't let me. Must be more blogger problems. I will try again later. I forget the name of this plant but it is very pretty. It keeps coming back every year.
Have a wonderful day,