At 2 p.m. we were ready to roll up our sleeves. From the parking lot, we walked into the nature reserve. On the beach, we were able to get to work with a large dragnet. Cap boots on, into the sea and drag it out! After a few hundred meters of towing, the net was brought back to shore and we were able to see what this part of the North Sea has to offer in terms of wildlife. The most spectacular find was a sea grape. A small jellyfish that we, at least, had never seen before. Sea grapes have eight vertical ribs on which there are small swimming plates with cilia. Moving these rhythmically moves the sea grape forward.