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The Sand Dollar is a spiny, hard-skinned animal that is shaped like a coin. There are many different species of sand dollars. They live on the sandy sea floor, and most are found at depths of 30 to 40 feet (9-12 m). You can often find the dead 'shell' of a sand dollar (called a 'test') washed up on sandy beaches. If you break open a test, there are many hard, loose, white pieces; these were the teeth of the Sand Dollar. / kr NC
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I thought the puzzle was easy, but I really enjoyed the description of what a samd dollar is. It made me want to learn more.
17/May/09 1:30 AM
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Great picture KR.. If I may add to the biology lesson...Sand dollars are closely related to sea urchins with which they share this tooth structure. If you are fortunate enough to open one with the tooth parts still held together , you will see an intricate structure that looks like a little More...
17/May/09 1:48 AM
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Wow--never heard of them before--do we have them in Oz anyone?
17/May/09 1:50 AM
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Awesome photo...great definition of colors!!!
17/May/09 1:51 AM
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Kay for the perfect picture and best wishes to you, hope you are feeling better.
17/May/09 2:02 AM
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PS. Wouldn't it be nice if we got such definitive explanations for all of our exotic puzzles. Thankyou Kay and Bev.
17/May/09 2:06 AM
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Fascinating! Thanks for all the info Kay.
17/May/09 2:55 AM
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Wow! And very patient of you to put all that info in the description!
17/May/09 3:32 AM
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If you break one open you find tiny doves.
see "story of..."
17/May/09 4:07 AM
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Wonderful puzzle and description....I have some of those doves from a sand dollar, looks more like anglewings to me.
17/May/09 7:04 AM
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Totally facinating, thanks Kay.
Ceri, I have not heard of them before so I am thinking that maybe they are not in Australia
17/May/09 9:26 AM
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Thank you everyone, both for the puzzle and the language lesson: to say nothing of the botany lesson. It is wonderful to get pleasure and information in one lovely package.
17/May/09 11:06 AM
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Great photo, puzzle & info! Thanks Kay. Aussies they can be found here -I've actually got some!
17/May/09 11:14 AM
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My mother-in-law loved sand dollars. To her, the five openings represented the head, hands, and feet of the crucified Jesus and the 'teeth' inside were peace doves. There was more, but that's all I remember. My in-laws wintered for a number of years in Florida. Didn't want you to think we had sand dollars in Iowa!! Seems like any dollars are getting more and more rare here.
17/May/09 11:28 AM
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I picked up a bunch of these in Costa Rica. If you ever go there, Tamarindo beach is a marvelous shelling site!
17/May/09 2:21 PM
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Thanks for the photo and the memories, Kay! I hope you're better too -- it's been a while since we've talked.
17/May/09 2:26 PM
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