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What is one of the colors on a clownfish? (hint there is a clownfish on the CR logo in the top left corner of the page.)

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    dont you like these, so it has a round head lots of little clear legs and the rear of this pic looks like a v but when he moved it has three appendages with what looks like a anus in the middle. Ive cheked all my books. help .white at bottom of rock

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    uuuuhhhh looks like a SNAIL????
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    in front of the snail on the rock round on the left u shaped on the right

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    looks like a type of tube worm, maybe baby feather duster or sphagetti worm
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    new pic can you see better

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    To Small in the pic for a good id
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    ok here is the circled pic

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    looks like a type of tube worm. baby feather duster, sphagetti worm something like that.
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    Cirolanid Isopod so this looks like him, dead now squished him and skunk cleaner raced over to eat him.

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