A host of strange creatures live on the Charleston Bump

Within the Charleston Bump landscape are a host of strange creatures, including sponges, corals and other associated invertebrates that live attached to the rock or within the sediments. They depend on the movement of the water for their growth, survival and reproduction.

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Investigating the Charleston Bump Exploration

Investigating the Charleston Bump: Turbulent Lifestyles

NOAA Ocean Explorer Gallery