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16 thoughts on “Philippine Starfish”
Haha, my brothers do the same thing!Love the pictures,Rudy's Raiser
eww…it looks like a giant yucky spider!! No thanks fur me!!wagsJazzi
Reminds me of an underwater spider and I doubt that I would touch it, other than to just get it off me LOL
I think I would put that thing on my arm for a few seconds if it meant I could be wherever he is! It looks beautiful! I bet he is having a lot of fun.
That is one leggy starfish!!! Awwwww it looks so so so leggy and spider like!!Your son is very very brave!!! I'd have looked, screamed and ran away!! Charlie would have done worse!! LOL!Take carex
Funky looking. Lets just hope its not poisionousBenny & Lily
Wow! It looks pretty neat, I've never seen anything like it before. Your son was brave (or foolish!) to pick it up.
Eeeewwww – that is the Momster's reaction, but we think it is pretty cool looking.Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara
Oh GADS!!! You've found thew spider from my nightmares!! A deep sea arachnoid!! Don't let him touch those, you don't know where they've been!!!
Oh yuck! Only a boy would do that lol.
Kids being kids do 🙂 Advice is never to touch unless they touch you 🙂 x x xTurtles are differnt, you can stroke them 🙂 x x x
It looks scary!Your boy is brave!Kisses and hugsLorenza
What a cool thing! As long as it's on your son, waaaaaaaaay over there!Happy tails!Stumpy and me
Ok….that give me the creepy crawlies….I don't think I would want to touch them!
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I doubt if theres a starfish called Philippine starfish… :)nice beach! what island is it?
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