If you still dont know how to dress up for this weekend's Halloween-party, how about this soft coral. Dead men’s fingers (Alcyonium digitaturn) may have scared at least a diver or two. The conspicuous name reveals that the animal looks a bit like the swollen hand of a dead person. Dead men’s fingers is a soft coral found in coastal areas in the northern Atlantic, and is common in most areas of the Baltic Sea. The picture is from Kattegat, and was taken during Oceana’s expedition in the Baltic Sea in the spring 2011.