Rare snakelocks anemone in Dutch Zeeland

This video shows a snakelocks anemone off Sicily island in Italy.

This summer, a snakelocks anemone was spotted in the North Sea, close to the Brouwersdam dike in Zeeland province in the Netherlands.

Snakelocks anemone is a southern European marine species. They had been seen before in the Netherlands only once: in 1988, in the Grevelingen estuary.

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