Number 5 - The mauve stinger jellyfish
This jellyfish is an occasional visitor to UK shores. They give off a bioluminescence light!
Number 4 - Dead man’s fingers
These gruesome sounding creatures are actually a type of coral! They get their name as they branch out into lobes as they grow - making them look like fingers on a hand.
Number 3 - The orange-clubbed sea slug
A small colourful sea slug that can be found grazing on sea mats on the rocky shore. They are hermaphrodites - meaning they are both male and female and lay thousands of eggs in a long spiral on seaweed.
Number 2 - The baked bean sea squirt
The baked bean sea squirt looks just like the stuff you put on your toast. Kind of. It has a jelly like body and two siphons, one that draws in water and one that squirts it out.
Number 1 - The strawberry anemone
Its green spots and red body means it looks like a strawberry! Anemones breed by releasing sperm and eggs into the sea. The fertilized eggs develop into a larvae which settles on the seabed before developing into baby anemones.