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Image of a Garden Eel in the ocean. Photo by @joeshenouda on Instagram.

Wisdom Wednesday | Garden Eel

Garden Eels live in colonies of up to 700 individuals and burrow in the sand of the ocean floor, using mucus from their bodies to prevent the sand around them from collapsing. These eels tend to stay in their individual burrows, rarely leaving to catch their prey, zooplankton, that floats by them.
Image of a Hawaiian Monk Seal pup on a beach in Hawaii. Photo by @creationscape on Instagram.

Wisdom Wednesday | Hawaiian Monk Seal

Hawaiian Monk Seals got their name because the folds on their skin look similar a monk’s cowl. Additionally, like a monk, these seals tend to live in solitary. When these seals are born, they are black in color. They turn to shades of gray and brown as they mature.
Image of a starfish in the ocean by @joeshenouda on Instagram.

Wisdom Wednesday | Starfish

Starfish can live for up to 35 years in the wild. They vary in size from one centimeter to 65 centimeters depending on the species. There are 1,600 species of starfish throughout oceans around the world and different species live in habitats including tidal pools, rocky shores, sea grass, kelp beds, and coral reefs.