Cornwall, The most Southern point of England. Because of the warm currents from the South, the water temperture never drops below 10 degrees. Because of that, the Cornish seas are full of marine life from the biggest fish in the North Sea, the Basking shark, to the smallest little critters. Large kelp forests emerge from the rocks below. If you look closely between the waving kelp you can see fish hiding in the kelp. Some even change their colour or mimic the movement of the kelp to hide and be safe for predators. Below the kelp you can find the dead mans thumb, a type of soft coral, and large patches of jewel anemone in the brightest colours you have ever seen.