"red see" or "Red Sea?"
"he crosses" or "they cross?" (there were many thousands of people with him)
Who said there were no creatures? I suppose you mean fish, starfish and other forms of sea life. Perhaps you assume that there weren't any, but on what do you base your assumption?
A miracle, by definition, is a physical law or many physical laws, being broken by a source of creation. Like a computer program that runs along smoothly in a predetermined pattern until a user provides some input or changes the programming code.
When bumper-to-bumper traffic in 3 westbound lanes suddenly became 2 lanes of bumper-to-bumper traffic and 1 empty, center lane, how could those extra cars have possibly fit in the bumper-to-bumper spaces between cars? I saw this happen in 1977. Any creation is possible. The trick is finding that state of mind (or spirit) where creation occurs. We humans are too well practiced with "doubt." In fact, science is based on the potent bias of doubt -- something called skepticism.
How could Peter step out of his storm-tossed boat onto the unsettled Sea of Galilee to stand before his master? Breaking the laws of surface tension, mass and gravity seemed effortless for Jesus.
As humans, we're taught to doubt, to be selfish and to blame others. The true, spiritual viewpoint requires that we have perfect confidence (faith), utter humility and perfect responsibility. Add love to these, and you have a reawakened spiritual being -- one who can reprogram physical reality at will -- either locally or globally.