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Blue Dragon Galaucus: They feed on the poisonous Man of War Jellyfish, collecting the animal's toxins and storing them in little sacs on the end of their feather-like "fingers." The Blue Dragon can produce a much more powerful and deadly sting than the Man of War due to its ability to store the poison. ** They float on top of the ocean on their backs.

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The adorable science behind the “sea bunny”

A sea bunny; the cutest sea slug ever! Must watch the video to see it's beautiful tail.

"Sea Bunnies" are a type of sea slug called Jorunna parva. Most of them are less than an inch (2.5 centimeters) long and can be found throughout the Indo-Pacific Ocean from South Africa to the central Pacific. Though the most images of these animals show white animals with black spots, these sea slugs are usually yellow or orange.

The adorable science behind the “sea bunny”

"Sea Bunnies" are a type of sea slug called Jorunna parva. Most of them are less than an inch (2.5 centimeters) long and can be found throughout the Indo-Pacific Ocean from South Africa to the central Pacific. Though the most images of these animals show white animals with black spots, these sea slugs are usually yellow or orange.

Photographer Interrupted This Snail While He Was Chowing Down On A Blade Of Grass

Peleno Δ Helix aspersa Δ it/itself This is a blog about my life as a snail and appreciation of other snails. This is a snail-friendly zone. I am only a small snail. It takes me a very long time to cross the keyboard. @ノ" ~=~=~=~about meFAQfactshumantheme