Long Reef’s Headland grasslands and Rock Platform plays host to a wide variety of bird life.
Octopuses, together with squid and cuttlefish are highly intelligent predatory molluscs, and one of the largest and most complex invertebrates.
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Abalone shells are characterised by their ear-like appearance.
Algae are simpler in structure than the simplest land plants (mosses). Many types of algae consist of only one cell.
Barnacles are crustaceans and are closely related to prawns. In their juvenile stage they drift in the ocean as larvae.
Black Nerites are Some of the most numerous and easily identified shells of our rocky shores.
Blue Periwinkles are very small blue- grey shells that feed on microscopic algae invisible to the naked eye.
Chitons are ancient moiluses with eight shell plates and a broad foot which allows them to hold on very tightly to the surface of the rocks.