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Keyhole Sand Dollars are found across the Gulf of Mexico and Florida they are related to sea urchins and feed on plankton within shallow sandbeds, Keyhole sand dollars are so named because of the distinctive keyhole-shaped perforation toward the rear of the endoskeleton. Sand dollars have been a staple of nautical decor and crafts being collected across beaches for generations to bring a small piece of the beach back home.
Sand Dollar has been bleached white. This is the normal and most popular sanddollar.