This image of an orange anemone was captured by NOAA photographers in the waters off the coast of the Galapagos Islands in the Pacific Ocean. This species was found in deep water near a rift valley. This anemone lacks the symbiotic algae that lives inside the tissues of many anemone species. This algae requires sunlight, so the anemones must stay close to the surface. Without this algae, this anemone species can inhabit areas much deeper in the ocean where sunlight cannot penetrate.