The Caprella linearis is a shrimp-like animal with strange looks. Some call it the skeleton shrimp, and it definitely lives up to this name. Caprella use their long pincers to catch zooplankton. They fish this food out of the flowing water with a mowing motion, while hooked with their hind legs to a hard object or ground. Numerous amounts of Caprella can be found between bunches of red seaweed, sponges and hydroids.