Meet your three new favorite sea sponges.
Science reporter Deborah Netburn interviewed photographer Mauricio Handler, who got this shot during a diving trip in Curacao.
The “Cookie Monster of the sea,” who’s about three feet tall and squishy, may be our favorite undersea creature (well, creatures) since this piglet squid who was found a few years ago in California’s San Pedro Channel.

Meet your three new favorite sea sponges.

Science reporter Deborah Netburn interviewed photographer Mauricio Handler, who got this shot during a diving trip in Curacao.

The “Cookie Monster of the sea,” who’s about three feet tall and squishy, may be our favorite undersea creature (well, creatures) since this piglet squid who was found a few years ago in California’s San Pedro Channel.

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