Barnacles on Folly Island

Image: Barnacles on Folly Island

Detailed Description

Barnacles on a rock on Folly Island. Barnacles are crustaceans, related to lobsters and crabs, that often live in tidal zones. Once they become adults, they anchor themselves to a hard surface and filter feed. Folly Island, a preserve owned by the Maine Coast Heritage Trust, is about 7 acres. It is located in Bartlett Narrows, along the western coast of Mount Desert Island.


Image Dimensions: 4896 x 3672

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Location Taken: Bar Harbor, ME, US