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    Deep sea carnivorous sponge

    Anybody got seeds for this they want to trade?

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    Now that's an interesting animal (yes, I said animal, as all sponges are)!
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    It looks like a candelabra! I need to sculpt one.

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    Ah yes, they are animals. Appreciate the correction.

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    so i guess you cant get seeds

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    Deffinately cool though
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    Yeah, even cooler is most sponges can reprodcue through being broken into pieces too, so somewhat like a plant when in adult form. Not sure about these ones, though.
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    Very sweet shape. Wonder what advantage(s) such a form gives the sponge?

    Don't see much reason for tossing "carnivorous" in the title like it is something unusual. All sponges are filter feeders and so are "carnivorous".
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