An excellent day to record Plumose Anemones at more than 80 feet beneath the surface of Puget Sound Underwater. This is the largest species of anemone in the world. They may grow to four feet tall and live longer than 400 years. They can be white, red or orange. This is a filter feeding animal not a plant, capturing small organisms floating past. They attach to rocks, pipes, old submerged sinks and toilets.
I've included shots of a Mottled Sea Star and a Graceful Decorator Crab. Our waters are filled with beautiful, colorful amazing creatures. The goal of Made In Puget Sound is to protect, promote and save our delicate wildlife.
Below is a 4K Video Short of Plumose Anemones.