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Keyhole Sand Dollar
Arrowhead Sand Dollar
Sand dollars are found in groups along the sandy bottom of the ocean. When alive they have a dark appearance and can be brown, black or purple.
We always picture them as being white but that happens when they are washed up on shore and bleached by the sun. Those are the ones we beachcomb for….you should never keep any living sand dollars…live and let live.
I have a lot of broken pieces but very few whole sand dollars.
One day while walking along the beach at Ponce Inlet, a woman walked up to me and gave me a sand dollar she had found!
We went boating the beginning of August and hadn’t been out in a white. Both my son and I had Covid and mine (being older, I’m sure) dragged on and on. The lack of energy was just awful. But… finally we just had to get out on the water. Unfortunately the tide was high – […]Read More…
We finally went boating and luckily it was low tide along the river. This is the best time to search the sand bars for sea life. Today, I found a living sand dollar! I believe this is the first time I have ever come across such a thing. Because I can’t see in the bright […]Read More…