If you see a flower-like species flowing under the ocean surface, don't be fooled by its appearance, as it could be a sea lily, an echinoderm – a marine invertebrate. Watch this episode to find out how sea lilies prey and how the South China Sea has become a sanctuary for a great number of marine species.
About 'Journeys in Nature': Amazing Sansha Series
Marine biodiversity is critical to the healthy functioning of the planet, and the South China Sea is home to numerous species, ranging from coral reefs to crown fish and sea lilies. Let's take a deep dive and explore some amazing creatures.
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