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"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.

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50 Fascinating Facts About Our Oceans [Infographic]

50 Fascinating Facts About Our Oceans [Infographic]

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Risbecia tryoni, Bali, Indonesia.

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marine biology quotes | puns kendrick lamar whales marine biology don't kill my vibe krill

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Hypselodoris kanga from Lembeh, Indonesia

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A diatom chain by Charles Krebbs

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This is what causes a "red tide" - A particular type of Dinoflagellate. When looking under a regular microscope this is infact red, not blue...

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In the Middle of Shark Week, 27 Bites of Shark Data

Shark Awards.... Pinning this to read to Elliot. He will love all these facts!

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A twisted strand of diatoms called, Helicotheca (syn. Streptotheca) tamesis. By Franz Neidl

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Peacock flounder

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