Leafy Seadragon 2006 wood carving project

Leafy Seadragon 2006 wood carving project

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Named after the dragons of Chinese mythology, leafy seadragons resemble a piece of drifting seaweed as they float along, and are covered with leaf-like appendages which serve as camouflage. Only the fluttering of tiny fins or the moving of independently swivelling eyes, reveal its presence. These creatures are found around southern and western Australia and generally remain in shallow, temperate waters.

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