Which are the sea stars, and why are they blooming?

This sea star bloom is not new, but the sea star flowers are very different from other sea stars.

The bloom is called the sea flower because it is so colorful.

In fact, it is the only species that has the ability to produce white patches.

In the wild, sea stars do not produce white spots, but they do have white flowers that produce large white dots.

They are also more common in areas with a warm ocean environment.

What causes the sea flowers to bloom?

The sea stars have two main breeding sites, where they are usually found, or sometimes at the surface of, shallow waters.

Sea stars have four pairs of eyes.

Each pair of eyes has a pair of tiny white dots on them.

They form the base of the sea stem, and they are used to identify their prey.

These are called eyespots.

The eyespots also are the eyespots that can be seen when a sea star looks for its prey.

The sea star also has two pairs of small white spots on its body.

These small spots are called tail hairs.

Sea star larvae and adults have only one pair of white spots and a single pair of tail hairs on their bodies.

It is very difficult to see a sea Star larva’s tail hairs, so sea stars often call out to one another by calling out the names of prey they find.

What is the cause of sea star blooms?

There are several different causes for sea star larvae blooming.

They can be caused by: water pollution: The sea Star larvae will often find themselves under a strong current, such as a strong tidal current, and will spend the time looking for their prey to eat.

This may lead to them being unable to swim, as they cannot move quickly enough.

Sometimes, the sea Star can be found under a rock, which can then attract predators.

If the sea Stars body is not submerged, it can be very dangerous.

There have been cases of sea Star blooms where a sea animal washes up on the sea surface, causing the sea creatures body to be washed up on top of the water.