Posted: 18 Jun 2011 07:25 PM PDT
Here’s what Peggy Naegeli says about Sophie and Rascal:
"Rascal, the white one with the black spot over her eye, lives up to her name. She gets into everything, but its hard to tell her to knock it off because she has such a cute face and she knows it.rnSophie is a rescue, so she knows the hard life. She gets up every morning and greets the day as if it was the best day of her life.rnThey meet Santa every year and love to give him kisses."
"Oh my… these are the cutest of the cute! We’re wondering what they told Santa to leave in their stockings. Thanks for sharing Sophie and Rascal with us."
Posted: 18 Jun 2011 11:34 AM PDT
Pacific Encrusting Gorgonian
The Pacific Encrusting Gorgonian is easy to take care of, propagate, and is
The Pacific Encrusting Gorgonian – Briareum stechei – is a durable gorgonian. This common species is found in the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. In the wild they are found in waters that range from a couple inches deep to over 100 feet deep (30 m). These corals mostly form encrusting corals that are unbranced and have a low profile stolon (mat). A few of these will also grow erect and form upright stalks that are thick and short from the mat. Read More
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