OCEAN TO OUTBACK – SIGHTS, SOUNDS AND SMELLS OF THE SEA GO BUSH

By Ocean Life Education
Community contribution / November 26, 2018

Considering they’re very basic creatures, sea stars have some pretty amazing abilities (like regrowing their own leg if they lose one!) but they don’t normally travel hundreds of kilometres inland… until now.

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