Peered down at the surface of Clifton Gardens and watched a dozen or so cuttlefish dance. Fun fact, the larger male cuttlefish mate with the females by grabbing them with their tentacles, turning the female so that the two animals are face-to-face, then using a specialized tentacle to insert sperm sacs into an opening near the female's mouth.
Spending more time down the beach, saw these other creatures too. Saw this crab with cuttlefish.
Crabs communicate by flapping their pincers or drumming their claws. They can walk in any direction, but they usually move sideways when in hurry. Saw a cornet fish too. Some call it Rifle fish but I'd rather call them Gollum. Look at those eyes staring.
And this little creature that can scarf down up to 3,000 brine shrimp per day. I wonder if this one has a mate nearby? Seahorse usually swim in pairs with their tails intertwined together.
Can't get near this puffer fish which is more poisonous than a cyanide. Amazingly, some kinds of puffer fish are considered a delicacy called fugu in Japan which is delicately prepared by licensed and trained chefs only.
Also encountered this male leatherjacket fish. You'll know its gender by their colour. This kind of fish can easily be locate and simple to catch too. They'll take soft plastic as a bait.