Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles they can regrow themselves from small parts, so it makes them really quite hard to get rid of. Um, they can even eat themselves when they run out of food. Clever, but disgusting. Yeah, Mhm, Yeah, yeah, It's a bright yellow Sea star that out competes all other invertebrates in the spaces that they occupy. Their voracious breeder. An individual can release 20 million eggs, and there's no natural predator for the C star here. Yeah, yeah, millions in the It's impossible to eradicate, but the best we can do is reduce the numbers. So by getting together a community group of volunteers of divers and non divers, we're going to have clean ups where the divers will get in and physically remove the starfish by hand. And the volunteers on land will help sort them and dispose of them into compost. We're doing three cleanups per month for 3 to 5 years. In the past, people have gone in and got masses out, but just haven't continued, and I think this needs a really continued effort over many years before we can see positive difference in those places. Mhm. The spotted hand fish. It used to be quite abundant and it's been listed as critically endangered. Er Mm hmm. It's an iconic and very important species. And I think the best we can do is help improve its habitat. Yeah.