March 9, 2010

anemone bracelet


Now this is starting to get interesting...

A sea anemone is a polyp, attached at the bottom to the surface beneath it by an adhesive foot, called a pedal disk, with a column shaped body ending in an oral disk. The mouth is in the middle of the oral disk, surrounded by tentacles armed with many cnidocytes, which are cells that function as a defense and as a means to capture prey. (Wikipedia)





This is of course a replica made from cotton cord and nylon thread and able to be worn as a bracelet.












Still a work in progress....







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