Sea Animals

Sea Animals

Ready to head down to the SEA SHORE?  Grab you shovel and bucket and come with us to share the magic of this unique, colorful Collection of artist-inspired designs, featuring soft, exotic, fun-filled  learning experiences with our animal friends who share our seas and shores around the world.    Feel their graceful movement, see their vivid colors, and get ready for a memorable "day at the shore" where imagination, water, gentle breezes, and sea animals,  come together to create a treasured memory . . .      

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Blue Marlin
SKU: 6051
Dolphin
SKU: 5043
Dolphins can be found in most of the world?ÇÖs oceans. They are noisy animals and have many sounds that they use to communicate. Dolphins can leap as high at 20 ft out of the water. Since they are mammals, dolphins have to come to the water?ÇÖs surface to breathe. They have blowholes on the top of their heads that allow them to do so. They feed mostly on fish and squid.
Golden Trout
SKU: 6050
Great White Shark
SKU: 5069
Sharks use their sense of hearing, smell, sight, taste, touch & electrical perception to locate food. They play an important ecological role in oceans, similar to that of large predators on land. Besides ridding waters of wastes, sharks prey on weaker or maimed members of populations, thereby helping a species to maintain its genetic strength. Sharks have no bones, just cartilage.
Lobster 16"L
SKU: 6093
Octopus
SKU: 5060
The octopus is a predatory mollusk with a pouch-shaped body and eight powerful arms with two rows of suction discs on each. They vary in size from a few centimeters to the giant octopus of the Pacific Ocean, which can grow to be over 33 ft. Most species live in shallow water in caves. The octopus can change its appearance in order to hide from prey.
Orca
SKU: 5024
Orca "Killer Whale" can be found in all oceans, both on the high sea and close to shore. Females are about 28 ft long and males can grow up to 30 ft long. They feed on fish, squid, and marine birds including penguins, pinnipeds, & cetaceans. Orcas can be found in groups of 1 individual to well over 50. They tend to cooperate during hunting, especially when feeding.
Porpoise Vaquita 20.70"L
SKU: 6792
Red Stingray
SKU: 5081
Salmon
SKU: 6048
Sea Tortoise
SKU: 5072
There are a total of about 250 species of turtles grouped into 9 families. They are found only in the temperate or tropical zones. Turtles are mostly adapted to a freshwater or terrestrial habitat, and a small group to sea life. Turtles are carnivorous or herbivorous. All species lay eggs, which they bury in holes. Turtles and tortoises are generally long-lived; some species live for more than 100...
Seal
SKU: 5652
Sharp Chin Flying Fish
SKU: 6049
Starfish
SKU: 5076
The name "starfish" is also used in a broader sense to include the closely related brittle stars. Starfish typically have 5 or more "arms" and usually hunt for shelled animals such as oysters & clams. They have two stomachs one of which is used for digestion, while the other can be extended outward to engulf & digest prey. Starfish are able to regenerate lost arms. A new starfish may even be regen...
Stingray
SKU: 5082
Stingrays are a type of fish commonly found in tropical coastal waters throughout the world. They make their homes in warm sandy and muddy shores. They eat crab, shrimp, worms and other fish. Stingrays?ÇÖ large, flat bodies make it look like they are flying as they glide through the water. They are grey with white bellies.

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