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Meet the Sea Flower Plant that’s the size of a small house

A giant sea heather plant has grown a massive 1.5 metres (5 feet) above the waterline in the South China Sea.

The plant, which is about the size.

5 metres (16 feet) tall, has been growing there for more than two years.

It’s grown on rocks on the reefs of the Spratly Islands, which are claimed by both the Philippines and Vietnam.

“It’s quite remarkable,” said Professor Chris Ragan of the University of Queensland in Australia, who has been studying the plant for years.

“The plants have grown on a large area of the ocean floor, they’re in deep water, they are relatively dry and they are fairly abundant,” he said.

“It’s one of the rare examples of a large aquatic plant growing on land.”

The giant sea flower has been able to withstand the conditions in the area where it has grown, despite a sea breeze, which rained down on the plant in late April.

It was one of several sea plants that were photographed and filmed over the course of the year.

A few months earlier, the plant was growing on rocks that were not in the wind.

The plants ability to withstand those conditions was something that scientists had been trying to understand for a long time, but only now had been able study them.

The new discovery is just the latest example of the sea flower growing in unexpected ways, said Ragan.

“They’re pretty amazing because you see them growing in the water,” he told the ABC.

“You don’t really see them on land and you don’t see them in a controlled environment.”

The new plant has only been documented on land, but has the potential to be a real world example of plant growth on land.

This image shows the newly discovered sea heath flower, a massive plant that has grown 1.8 metres (7 feet) in the sea, with the wind blowing in the background.

The image shows a young sea heathy plant growing from a rock on the reef.

The sea heahe plant is an aquatic plant with a long, slender, dark green stalk.

It can grow up to 3.5 meters (12 feet) long.

Professor Ragan said that the plant, once established on the rocks, would eventually have to be cut down.

“That will take a long period of time because it’s such a large plant, it’s a very tough plant,” he explained.

“If it’s left standing there, it will grow.”

“If you see it now, you wouldn’t have seen it a year ago, so this is probably a really, really, new thing that has happened,” said Ragen.

“The fact that the sea heattles are now thriving and growing is quite remarkable.”

Scientists are hopeful the plant will be able to survive the harsh conditions of the South Pacific Ocean.

“We’re hoping that the climate will change, that sea plants can survive, that the wind will get a little bit weaker,” Ragan told the BBC.

“But I do think that we’re going to have a really long, long time to wait for it to develop a good environment to be able really to make it happen.”

5 things to do in Iceland in summer 2018

The islands are famed for their sparkling water, but that isn’t the only thing to enjoy during this golden season.

The islands also host some of the most stunning and beautiful sunsets Iceland can offer.

We’ve compiled five of our favorite sunsets to take to your home, office, or vacation spot in Iceland.

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Why the sea urchins are such a big deal – in photos

The sea ursine, also known as the sea butterfly, has become a big thing in the Australian birding world, and it looks set to become even more so in the future. 

According to the Australian Birding Association (ABAA), the urchine has become one of their most popular birds, with about 5 per cent of Australian birders visiting at least once a year.

“It is also one of our most common bird species, so we do see it in a lot of different areas,” the ABAA’s director of conservation, David Prentice, said.

“There are a number of people who come into the ABA to see it as well.”

We see them flying around in the water, we see them nesting on a beach, we can see them nestling in a tree.

” “The urchines are not just for fun.

“The ursines are known to be friendly birds, and Prentice said there were several factors which made them a popular visitor, including the fact they’re one of the few birds that have been shown to be immune to influenza.”

And, as they get older, they get more and more socialised.””

[The uralis] also have an incredible sense of smell, so they’re very, very good at detecting a lot.”

And, as they get older, they get more and more socialised.

“If you’ve got them out in a group, they can be very effective at keeping track of each other.”

In the past decade, there has also been a huge influx of sea ures, with a population of about 40,000 birds now living in the Great Barrier Reef, the largest in the world.

The population is expected to grow in the next 10 years.

“We’re getting the population in there, and we’re getting sea urines coming in from around the world,” Prentice explained.

“I think that’s the main reason why we’re seeing the numbers increase.”

And while they may not be the most popular of birds, Prentice believes there’s a big opportunity for them to make a comeback.

He said that by 2025, sea ure populations will be over a million birds, up from about a thousand in the 1990s.

 “Sea ursins are not a popular bird, they’re not popular because they’re so cute, but they’re really good at the water,” he explained.

There’s also a growing interest in the ursinae as a conservation tool.

Prentice said a couple of years ago, he was approached by a couple in Adelaide who were concerned about the urin’s plight.

“They asked if I would take their urine, they said it was a great idea,” he laughed.

When he went to Australia to see the urns, he saw sea urerans nesting in trees, and he was interested.

“So we went down and found out they were actually trying to breed the uralines and that’s exactly what we’re trying to do.”

As a result, the ABPA has set up a breeding program, with the aim of having about 200 urali birds in Australia by 2020.

It has also established a breeding site in the Northern Territory.

And it’s hoped that, in the coming years, more breeding programmes will be established in other parts of the world, such as South Africa, where the ura is still found.

More to come.

Topics:birds,birds,nsw,australia

Stars will take the stage to perform in sea rocket flowers

Stars will join forces with sea heather flowers for a sea rocket ceremony on Sunday, May 4, in New York City.

The ceremony, called the Sea Rocket Flower, will mark the first time the stars have performed in the colorful blooms for nearly 50 years.

Stars will perform the ceremony on the same stage that hosted a fireworks display at Yankee Stadium last year.

It will be a chance to celebrate the show’s 60th anniversary and celebrate the Stars in the Sky, the nonprofit organization that helped raise more than $2.5 million for the event.

The stars will perform in a sea-themed performance at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday night at the Astoria Opera House.

The show is part of Stars in Our Sky’s “100 Years Celebration,” which will take place at the White House.

The show will feature music from bands like The Shins and Kaleidoscope, and the Stars will perform a medley of classic hits and songs from their careers.

The concert will air on NBCUniversal.