“Like other bobtail and bottletail squid, S. lineolata spend most of the day buried under the sand with only the eyes protruding. This helps them to both hide from predators and stalk passing prey such as shrimp and fish.” -
Garden eels are a sub family of conger eels with around 35 species in 2 genera. The small eels create burrows and poke their heads out while most of their body is hidden. They tend to live in communities and resemble a ‘garden’ growing out of the sea floor.