Lumpenus sagitta: Pacific snake prickleback–Race Rocks Taxonomy

Lumpenus sagitta, pacific snake prickleback captured by Pigeon guillemot

Lumpenus sagitta, Pacific snake prickleback captured by Pigeon guillemot. Photo by Ryan Murphy

Pigeon guillemots dive up to 15 in the channel in front of the jetty metres to get their food, mainly gunnels and pricklebacks. We see them sitting like this for long periods of time before they are sure that no predators are watching them go into their nest burrows

Kingdom Animalia–
Bilateria —bilaterally symmetrical animals