The next Knitting Our National Parks colorway from McMullin Fiber Co. will be available to preorder starting April 17.
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"Once there was an ugly barnacle he was so ugly that everyone died. The end" – Patrick Star . Don’t listen to the sea star…barnacles that look like dragon claws are amazing! These gooseneck barnacles are filter feeders found in the rocky tide pools of Olympic National Park, Washington. Their shells are made up of multiple plates that help protect them from predators and from drying out. How cool is that? . Image: Orange sea star and barnacles near a tidepool. NPS / Z. Van Duivenbode . #FindYourPark #barnacles #seastar #underthesea #nationalparkservice #olympic @olympic_nps
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