Pringle Bay, The Colours and Shapes that the Sea Washes Up!

The wild seas and wind brought a collection of seaweed and other interesting thins, colors, shapes and textures to the beach, Tuscan and I explored.

An egg case, known as a mermaid’s purse or devil’s purse, is the casing that surrounds the fertilized egg oaf some sharks. Always exciting to find them washed up by the sea.

Pyura stolonifera, commonly known as red bait or rooi aas is a sea squirt that lives in coastal waters. Smells really nasty, but if you’re fishing for dinner, this will help.

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The Incidental Tourist is a Personal Travel Blog of a conscious traveller with a deep love for Africa, its people and the environment.

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