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This sculpin often hides inside and empty casing of a giant acorn barnacle. When it turns around and waves its orange tail, it looks like a barnacle that’s feeding.
SIZE: to nine centimetres long
WHERE IT LIVES: intertidal to 200 metres
WHAT IT EATS: tiny fish, fish eggs
CRITTER CLUE: also called the ‘northern seahorse’, it looks lie a seahorse and walks along the ocean floor on its pectoral fins