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  • ITEM #P15-05

    Tubular Sea Sponge

    Price: $30.00

    Click on the photo to see additional views of this tubular sea sponge.

    Sea sponges are a new item here at Big Ship Salvage, including this tubular sea sponge.  This specimen measures about 9 1/2 inches tall x about 10 inches wide.

    Sponges are worldwide in their distribution, living in a wide range of ocean habitats, from the polar regions to the tropics.  Most live in quiet, clear waters, because sediment stirred up by waves or currents would block their pores, making it difficult for them to feed and breathe.  The greatest numbers of sponges are usually found on firm surfaces such as rocks, but some sponges can attach themselves to soft sediment by means of a root-like base.

    Sponges are more abundant but less diverse in temperate waters than in tropical waters, possibly because organisms that prey on sponges are more abundant in tropical waters.

     Check out our huge inventory of maritime antiques, nautical ceiling lights, vintage nautical décor, coral, and, of course, more sea sponges!  When you are ready to place an order, just call us at 574-870-1571.

    One piece in stock – you will be shipped the tubular sea sponge shown in the photos.

    Quantity: 1 Piece In Stock

    Call to order now 574-870-1571

    To email us, please click here.

  • ITEM #P15-06

    Small Tubular Sea Sponge

    Price: $25.00

    Click on the photo to see additional views of this small tubular sea sponge.

    Sea sponges are a new item here at Big Ship Salvage, including this small tubular sea sponge.  This specimen measures about 5 inches tall x about 9 inches wide.

    Sponges are worldwide in their distribution, living in a wide range of ocean habitats, from the polar regions to the tropics.  Most live in quiet, clear waters, because sediment stirred up by waves or currents would block their pores, making it difficult for them to feed and breathe.  The greatest numbers of sponges are usually found on firm surfaces such as rocks, but some sponges can attach themselves to soft sediment by means of a root-like base.

    Sponges are more abundant but less diverse in temperate waters than in tropical waters, possibly because organisms that prey on sponges are more abundant in tropical waters.

     Check out our huge inventory of maritime antiques, nautical ceiling lights, vintage nautical décor, coral, and, of course, more sea sponges!  To order, you can call us at 574-870-1571, or click on the “Contact Us” button at the top of the page and send us an email.

    One piece in stock – you will be shipped the small tubular sea sponge shown in the photos.

    Quantity: 1 Piece In Stock

    Call to order now 574-870-1571

    To email us, please click here.