Almost everytime when returning back after a longer swim I go to a shallow place to have a pleasant rest in the warmed-up water, admiring the sunlit aquarium-like scenery and, last but not least, to check if there are any new shiny shells at different sacred places.

This time, as usual, I'm crawling on my fingers with my stomach almost touching the bottom. Right beneath me yellow with pink ends tentacles of Anemonia Sulcata are swaying... What's that?! I see a little twig of a seaweed stuck among these tentacles. Moreover, it moves it's tiny paws and runs all over the actinia.

I insisted on getting to know this crustacean in a closer way.
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