Two mouflon sheep presumably stranded on a chain-linked fencing meant to keep rocks from falling on a road, about 100 ft below. Mouflon are an introduced species that have wrecked the native vegetation across Hawaii. The distant shot has an orange arrow showing their location and predicament.
Clump of Amansia (synonymous with Melanamansia) with several small white silica sponges. Both green and hawksbill turtles eat this native species here in Hawaii. Second photo shows another species of blue sponge on the basal stem of the alga.
One of the favorite macroalgae consumed by hawksbills here in Hawaii and across the Pacific. Looks pretty crunchy maybe too much so to be edible, but considering hawksbills eat sponges and reef, it's right in their wheelhouse.