At the sight of these starry sea creatures, even the most weary beachgoer will be captivated by their extraordinaryness. Your attention is presented to the wonderful starfish sunbathing on the beaches in different parts of the world
Rocks against which sea water beats, boundless clouds — all this in a fishing village, near the city of Aroko, in Chile. The starfish seems to be lost in the shallows, waiting for the tide to leave the shore:
Of the approximately 2,000 varieties of starfish, some often have 6 or more limbs, and some varieties even have 10–15 limbs. A starfish can restore a lost limb, so everything is always harmonious and proportional in its structure. This lone starfish, photographed off the southwest coast of Cuba:
With crystal clear water, a reef and a rocky shore in the background, this picture is so beautiful it looks like a Photoshop hoax, but no! The photo was taken in Australia, namely, off the coast of Lysed Island in Queensland.
This bright red starfish looks like it’s waking up from a nap. This wonderful photo was taken in the city of Paphos on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus:
There seems to be a whole congregation of orange-purple starfish lounging casually on the rocks — overflowing with fog — in Washington state:
This starfish sits on a green, velvet-like surface in front of mountain ponds on the Portuguese coast:
A wave-caught starfish was photographed at Eastbourne on the south coast of England.
Photographer John White took this photo near Port Lincoln, a city located on Boston Bay in the southern part of the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia:
The starfish can change its color from yellow to orange to red. This is one of the most unusual creatures on our planet.
The starfish has a small eye at the end of each of its tentacles, but they don’t see very well. They only distinguish between light and darkness. However, it helps them make out moving objects such as predators or prey.