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Red Sea Fan

Swiftia kofoidi

Physical Characters : Sea fans look a lot like plants with colorful, forked "branches." But they're actually animals, just like their relatives, the corals and jellies. Sea fans are colonial animals - they're made up of many tiny, individual animals that work together as one. They are upto 20 inches or 51 cm tall.

The individual animals live along the sea fan's "branches," and look like little anemones. Using small, feathery tentacles, a sea fan feeds by capturing tiny animal plankton that drift by in the currents.

Distribution : Mostly these are distributed in soft, muddy seafloor at depths of 330-3,300 feet or 100-1,000 meters.

Food : They are mostly eating animal plankton.