A sea raven (ambush predator) capturing a redfish.
A stone crab and a redfish inside a basket sponge.
A monkfish (aka goosefish) next to a sea scallop. WHOI biologist Amber York says this is a wonderful example of camouflage where the monkfish uses many techniques including simulating the size and pattern of the white flecks of shell hash in the surrounding area.
A sea scallop, whelks and various other invertebrates in a bryozoan "forest."
Frilled anemones growing on a piece of wood.
Atlantic cod next to a boulder and sponges.
An Atlantic cod swimming over a cobble field encrusted by pink coralline algae.
Redfish hiding in cerianthids (tube-dwelling anemonies) with Iophon sponge surrounding.
A smooth sunstar over a gravel bottom encrusted with lacy tubeworms.
A barndoor skate displaying camouflage with a gravel background.
A bolder field with anemones, a lobster, stalked tunicates, brachiopods and various sponges. This image mosaic shows how HabCam's digital stills can be stitched together to form image mosaics.
Redfish around a boulder pile with a large anemone. Boulders provide important structure for these fish, especially as juveniles.
A spiny dogfish swimming over the seafloor.
A school of squid swimming by.
A haddock and two hagfish in an image full of sea scallops.
A hagfish with scallops swimming above.
A seastar horde invading a sea scallop bed for food.
A soda can next to a boulder. HabCam has found many examples of trash and debris on the seafloor.
A very dense area of sand dollars.
A group of hagfish next to a scallop.
A lobster eating a fish carcass, likely a sculpin.