As the years passed, we saw stranger and stranger creatures, and spent hours following them through the kelp forests.
A) This female argonaut is a very rare visitor to the kelp forest, as it mostly lives in the open ocean.
B) This animal, or part of an animal, we have not been able to identify, despite showing the images to a number of top marine biologists.
C) This root-mouthed jellyfish can grow up to 1.5 meters, and is rare in these waters. It is considered an edible delicacy in Japan.
D) These salps are the fastest growing creatures on earth. They link in chains, and synchronise their pulsing actions to move through the ocean. They multiply in their millions, sometimes depleting vast amounts of nutrients in huge sections of the ocean, and can even affect the climate.
E) The cigar-comb jelly bewitched us with its rhythmic waves of movement and beautiful iridescent colours.