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Sea Urchin Invasion

Sea Urchin Invasion
Off the Californian coast, giant kelp grow to gigantic sizes. They provide a good source of food to armies of industrious sea urchins, which attack them in force in a seemingly unending chase of life seeking food.


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Posted by grim on August 6, 2009
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