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100 thoughts on “What’s inside a Sand Dollar?

  1. I thought they are white because it's their skeleton, not because they are bleached from the sun. They said so in the documentary planet earth 😀

  2. It’s only a symbol of peace when it’s dead.

    There may only be peace when you are deceased.

  3. This was perfect! Thank you so much for sharing! I am planning to open some on our channel. I will be sure to share & link this video when I do!😍

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  5. Wow, the inside of the sand dollar does look like doves or maybe even a butterfly. Good video.

  6. Thanx for this video!! Always wanted to know more about em & bought some for use as decoration but wanted to see what look like when they're live. 😍

  7. So glad it was dead before you opened it XD

    Plus there super rare so I would keep them :p

  8. I would dislike and tell you that I like sand dollars because they are one of my favorite animals or whatever they are but I'll like because you chose it on dead sand dollars

  9. In case you didn't know: It is illegal to take or keep a live sand dollar and it carries a hefty fine. If it has hair or is in the water, its alive and should be placed back in the water at once with the hair side down against the sand. Sand dollars eat tiny particles of food that float in the water. Dead sand dollar shells are called a "test".

  10. .O. cool! i remember when my mom told me at her wedding when she released the doves, they pooped on my dads head.:D lol

  11. Sand dollars are living animals right? Wouldn't breaking them in half be animal abuse? Well unless they're dead I guess.

  12. I am glad you explained what sand dollars are, and that are actually a sea creature/urchin that die. They have them at a beach in NC.

  13. The five holes in a sand dollar represent the five wounds of Jesus Christ on the Cross (hands, feet and side), and the five white doves inside represent the Holy Spirit, who were sent out to the world on Pentecost! In the Gospel it also says that a white dove landed on Jesus when he got baptised by John. Also the two "flowers" the sides of a sand dollar look like Easter Lilly on one side (symbol of Christ's resurrection), and on the other side a Pointsettia, a beautiful red Christmas Flower. Everything in God's creation is pointing to the death and resurrection of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ!

  14. Man, imagine if some far superior alien race finds us and then just breaks us up just to see what's inside of us.

  15. mmm so Millennial…. ummm Have you ever read the Bible? I didn't think so,,Most of us adults know the Legend of the Sand Dollar & Most Millennials were never taught. This is because School teachers and College professors are Atheist Thus Millennial's never asked ""What if your wrong?"" So they became Indoctrinated -Def (teach (a person or group) to accept a set of beliefs uncritically.)
    Legend of the Sand Dollar

    There's a pretty little legend

    That I would like to tell

    Of the birth and death of Jesus

    Found in this lowly shell

    If you examine closely,

    You'll see that you find here

    Four nail holes and a fifth one

    Made by a Roman's Spear.

    On one side the Easter Lily,

    Its center is the star

    That appeared unto the wisemen

    And led them from afar.

    The Christmas poinsettia

    Etched on the other side

    Reminds us of His birthday

    Our Happy Christmastide.

    Now break the center open

    And here you will release

    The five white doves awaiting

    To spread Good Will and Peace.

    This simple little symbol,

    Christ left for you and me

    To help us spread his Gospel

    Through all eternity.

  16. Interestingly how them mugs got symbols on em. TF. made them to solely exist as spiritual symbols

  17. 3:00 ~ Mass Murder of What? ~ The opening is wrong. They collect Magnetite, the legend i was told as a kid, is that they were used for sifting mining materials, in the Mediterranean and other places, they will stuff their bodies with iron ore, makes it easier to refine and make chainmail in the BC and then 1100 year later to make swords for the "iron age" bests "wisdom age".

  18. I accidentally broke my sand dollar the other day XD And what basically fell out were remnants of those bones and a LOT of dust. I guess it makes sense the insides of mine weren't as pretty, it was around 10 years old. Still I'm sad I broke it after all that time :'(

  19. That's really cool all of the little dove bones I never new that 👍👍🤗😳😯😃THANK You for sharing!!!

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