To paraphrase Monty Python: "Look, matey, I know a dead Cabezon when I see one, and I'm looking at one right now." But we eventually figure out that he really is just "restin'". Two Kelp Crab stand guard. I note the Cabezon's claw-like spines.
25' viz today at the Edmond UW Park, including here at the Slinky feature.
On top of a hoop, yet another Kelp Crab lives in this Dr. Suess-like world of Feather Duster Worms and Delicate Sea Lace.
We swim by a bouquet of Feather Duster Worms and Breadcrumb Sponges. When startled, the worms will hide, but they don't mind us.