Environmental message: Choose sustainable seafood – download the SASSI app to help you make healthy choices for you and the ocean. Look out too for the MSC label on seafood products. Crab I have a hard outer skeleton that I shed to grow. This is called moulting. I have eyes on stalks which I can withdraw and fold into a protective groove on my head. I walk sideways so that my long legs don’t get entangled. West coast rock lobster Jasus lalandii I live on inshore reefs and crevices in the cool waters of the Atlantic Ocean.I grow slowly and can live up to 40 years.I eat mussels, urchins, starfish, abalone (perlemoen) and even barnacles. I am hunted by octopus, dogsharks, seals and ottersPeople like to eat me and so many of us have been harvested that scientists are concerned about our future. Cape sea urchin Parechinus angulosus I have a pumpkin-shaped hard shell which is covered with spines. I have five double rows of tubefeet and tiny stalked pincers all over my body. I have five jaws which I use to graze and scrape kelp and algae off rocks. I sometimes make an umbrella out of bits of shell and seaweed to protect me from the sun or to use as camouflage so that I can hide from predators.