The highlight of the day are the mini-talks by experts at the Expedition. From 'sulphur-eating' clams, to wondrous shrimps and amazing sea cucumbers.
Dr Taylor explained how the discovery of 'sulphur-eating' clams in deep sea vents changed the way people studied clams. These fascinating clams were also found in other deep sea habitats like sunken wood and the bones of dead whales that fall to the bottom of the sea.
Seringat-Kias! As well as other bivalves too.
Snapping shrimps are of course fascinating. Being able to produce such forceful snaps that can stun prey and crack shells with one enlarged pincer.
machine gun shrimp that is found in corals. It can snap with both pincers!