1. Mukilteo Clay Wall

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    from Randy Pedersen / Added

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    A couple more dives on my new favorite site in Mukilteo. The Clay Walls are located on the south side of lighthouse park. There is a shallow ledge at about 35 fsw and a larger wall that runs from 55fsw down to about 70fsw. The deeper wall must run about 200 feet long and range anywhere from no step to about 8 feet of vertical step. It is loaded with small holes which makes perfect habitat for smaller critters. Canon XA-10 high definition video camera, Flat port with 5X Gates XA-10 housing Light & Motion Sola 2000 lights

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    • Amocean OceanQuicky: Suckers - echinoderms' hydraulic organ

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      Sea stars and other echinoderms are no suckers. But they have suckers - at least most of them do. To walk, to grab and transport food towards the mouth, to build burrows, and to hold on to a substratum. But how do those suckers work? Learn the basics of the echinoderms' water vascular system.

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      • Daisy Brittle Star on Feather Duster Worm (on a dock??)

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        from Karolle Wall / Added

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        This brittle star was a little out of its element when it attached itself to my glove as I was pulling mussels off a dock. It soon twisted its way onto the tube of a feather duster and made its way down to???

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        • Covered with eyes, clip of an episode of the dutch series Dat willen wij ook (copy cats)

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          from Karin Schagen / Added

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          What can we learn from nature? In 12 half hour programs the series 'Dat willen wij ook' (copy cats) tells us what we can learn from plants and animals. Each episode shows how scientist unravel one of the magnificent tricks of nature. Each episode shows how far we are in applying what we have learned. This episode about scientists Gordon Hendler and Joanna Aizenberg, learning from a brittlestar. The echinoderm was thought to be blind, yet to his astonishment Hendler found out: it is covered with eyes. Eyes with built in sunglasses. Camera: Hendrik Wuyts, Chris Blokhuis Editing: Jurjen Blick Sound: Ivo Voragen, Karin Schagen For the complete episode: (low res unfortunately, but free): hollanddoc.nl/kijk-luister/exacte-wetenschappen/dat-willen-wij-ook.html High res, 0,99 cts: ximon.nl/TV-Serie/dat-willen-wij-ook/125988

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          • Phylum Echinodermata

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            from Michael Vega / Added

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            • Echinoderms: The Ultimate Animal

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              from Shape of Life / Added

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              Echinoderms show us that animals radically different from us, even ones without a brain, can be ultimately successful.

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              • University of Northwestern - St. Paul: Relationships

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                A Fulbright Fellow leading students through marine biology research at a Christian school in Minnesota? That's unique. What's even more rare is the relationship Dr. Lisanne Winslow has built with her students.

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                • Maya Songbird LUST (Brittle Star Rmx) Official Music Video

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                  from Maya Songbird / Added

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                  Download at mayasongbird.bandcamp.com Artist: Maya Songbird Song: LUST (Brittlestar Rmx) Director: Angela N. Carroll A Merkaba Films Production Song Written by: Maya Songbird Composed by: Henry Moser, Adrian McCullough, Jackson Phillips Produced by: Stewart Reynolds Cinematographer- Spencer Wilkinson Stylist- Ayana Ivery Photography- Chantell Brown & Jewels Smith

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                  • Day 4: Fathoms Below

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                    from Living Oceans Society / Added

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                    1,500 feet below the surface of the ocean a small, one man submarine searches for coral. The dive is part of the science research project called Finding Coral Expedition. Come see what it is like to be at the bottom of the ocean and follow the rest of this exciting undersea journey at www.findingcoral.com

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                    • brittle star / hermit crab

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                      from pikamookie / Added

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                      Jason's brittle star.

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