Any member of the molluscan class Cephalopod meaning “head-feet”. Cephalopods are characterised by bilateral body symmetry, a prominent head, and a set of arms or tentacles. They are sometimes referred to as inkfish, due to their ability to squirt ink. Examples of Cephalopods include: Squid, Cuttlefish and Octopus. Find out more


A crustacean is an animal with an exoskeltan. Examples of crustacean include: Lobsters, Crabs, Shrimps and Crayfish. Find out more

Flat Fish

Flat fish are members of the order Pleuronectiformes of ray-finned demersal fish, or ‘Heterosomata’. Many flat fish have both eyes on one side of their head. Some have the left side of their face upwards whilst others have the right, or can face either side. Examples of Flat fish include: Brill, Dab, Megrim, Plaice, Sole, and Turbot. Find out more



Molluscs are animals with a soft body and no spine. Molluscs are often covered with a shell. Many molluscs live in water. Examples of molluscs include; Clams, Cockles, Oysters and Cuttlefish. Find out more

Round Fish

Round Fish are cylindrical – round in the centre of their body. This then tapers to a tail. Many of the fish found in UK waters are round fish. Examples of Round fish include: Cod, Bass, Whiting, Pollack, Mackerel, Red Mullet, Gurnard, Bream, Trout. Find out more