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A Nine Armed Sea Star flips itself over

If you happen to spot a Nine Armed Sea Star under the sand, perhaps it’s kindest to not disturb it. But you know, since this one has already been disturbed, watch how it flips itself over from being on its back… and then proceeds to leave. (Wouldn’t you?)

Related reference: 8 Creatures You Think Are Fish, But Aren’t, with the sea star listed among them. Related watching: more videos about marine life.

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