The fauna and flora in this area are very rich.
Algae are the most important presence on the bottom of the sea. They are primitive plants called cochayuyos reaching 30 to 40 meters and forming coast forests which attenuate the waves.
The luche is another type of seaweed of an intense red color eaten in Chile.
As regards fauna, those with pores live on the bottom, like white and orange sponges; anemones live under the rocks, and big violaceous spring tides float in the middle of the water.
Starfish, hedgehogs, sea dollars and sea cucumbers are seen in almost all immersions.
As regards mollusks, there are mussels in deep waters, and crustaceans are also important. Spider crabs reach up to one meter diameter and are of high commercial value.
As regards fish, there are hakes and fuegian sardines.
Mammals also live around the islands. There are sea wolves and dolphins.
Ushuaia is such a generous land that you will surely want to return.