Prince Rupert's Common Critters

Learn about some of the species that can be seen during a live dive!

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Limpets

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Barnacles

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Leather Chiton

Mopalia

Tonicella

Pacific Blue Mussel 

Washington Butter Clam

Smooth Pink Scallop

Kelp Crab

Sea Slater Isopod

Dungeness Crab

Red Rock Crab

Frosted Nudibranch

Lion's Mane Jellyfish

Sea Lemon Nudibranch

Smooth Bay Shrimp

Orange Sea Cucumber

California Sea Cucumber

Moon Snail

Coonstripe Shrimp

Dogwinkles

Whelks

Periwinkle Snails

Painted Star

Leather Stars and Mottled Stars

Vermillion Star

Striped Sun Star

Red Urchin

Green Urchin

Peanut Worm

Purple Encrusting Sponge

Lug Worm

Robust Spaghetti Worm

Shiny Red Sea Squirt

Octopus