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If humans came with a care label, it would say “Performs Best When Exposed to Fresh Air, Sunlight and Water.” Too often, our lives are depleted of these essentials. Hook Life was inspired by moments when we come to life on the water. Our Moments blog captures them to enjoy when you can't be out on the water yourself. So please take a moment to enjoy and to share one of your moments with us.

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New! Sea Anemone Comes to Life

Take a moment to watch Dimitry bring a blank page to life for you.  Sea Anemone is the first in a series – more drawings coming soon.

 

Sea Anemone – Actiniaria 

 

Sea anemones are as colorful and graceful as the land flower they are named after.  But instead of petals, they have tentacles filled with venom to snare the fish they eat.  Close relatives of corals and jellyfish, anemones live on rocks and coral reefs – often in symbiotic relationships with green algae and clownfish (like Nemo!) that are immune to their venom.

 

Here is a printable version of Sea Anemone.

anemonefinish

Here is a line art version that you can colorize.

AnemoneLineDrawing

 

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