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They’re round, and fluffy and sort of have wiggly little ears, have dubbed the name “sea bunnies”. They’re actually sea slugs, and belong to the wild group of mollusks called nudibranchs.

They'Re Round, And Fluffy And Sort Of Have Wiggly Little Ears, Have Dubbed The Name &Quot;Sea Bunnies&Quot;. They’re Actually Sea Slugs, And Belong To The Wild Group Of Mollusks Called Nudibranchs. -

They’re round, and fluffy and sort of have wiggly little ears, have dubbed the name “sea bunnies”. They’re actually sea slugs, and belong to the wild group of mollusks called nudibranchs.

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  1. Another cool nudi fact: many species consume coral or other organisms with symbiotic zooxanthellae algae. They eat the coral but store the algae on their back (in their cerrata) to get the same boost from photosynthesis the coral was once getting.

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