A burning flame shape with an incredible red color: a rare gorgonian from the Sulawesi islands (of the Leptogorgia family). On a black oak base, they are around 90cm High. Gorgonians, like corals, are animals living in sessile colonial polyps, organized in a tree shape. Each polyp has 8 tentacles that filter the plankton and consume it. The general structure, a skeleton both soft and hard, called gorgonine do not grow in the direction of the sun (it does not require light to grow) but perpendicular to the current, in order to filter a maximum of water flow. With the same great color, we have a smaller size around 50cm: AN230. But also a bigger one: PU581 (110cm).