A sea raven (ambush predator) capturing a redfish.
A stone crab and a redfish inside a basket sponge.
You can't see me!
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.
Lost among the "trees"
A sea scallop, whelks and various other invertebrates in a bryozoan "forest."
Making it home
Frilled anemones growing on a piece of wood.
Just hanging out
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.