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Sea slugs are awesome creatures. Previously we’ve seen a species...

Sea slugs are awesome creatures. Previously we’ve seen a species of sea slug that looks like a fluffy aquatic bunny and one that looks like a cartoon sheep. Now here’s a sea slug that looks like a beautiful bright green leaf! ElysiaShow More Summary

Closing Up Shop

Just wanted to put up a post that I won’t be renewing the hosting for Sea Slugs when it comes up next month.  I want to thank all the readers as well as the...

Feedback: All hands on deck as Noah’s ark resurfaces in Kentucky

Plus fresh scented sea slugs, university seeks future crime-fighters, vulva canoe lands good-for-nothing in hot water, and more

David Bowie and Sea Slugs Go Well Together On This Tumblr

David Bowie may just met his flamboyant match in an unexpected family of critters. The iconic pop star has lived his life to the fullest as one of the most prolific, moving, and influential artists in our century. He created memorable characters such as Ziggy Stardust, Aladdin Sane, and The Thin White Duke, and has composed song that […]

Check Out the Weird Asian Sea Slugs Invading SF Bay

A lesson in basic slugonomics The San Francisco Bay is being invaded by translucent, multi-colored East Asian sea slugs that have already been spotted creeping along docks on the peninsula. There’s no reason to panic, although we’llShow More Summary

Day Around The Bay: Blake Lively's 'Oakland Booty' Faux Pas

The California Senate passed some "sweeping" gun control legislation today, Steph Curry will be playing in Game 3 against the Thunder, and suddenly we have sea slugs in SF. [ more › ]

Great Job, Internet!: Maybe David Bowie copped his inimitable style from sea slugs

David Bowie, whose death in January saddened legions of fans around the world, was more than just a musical innovator. He was also a fashion innovator, frequently overhauling his image and taking on a number of memorable personas, including Ziggy Stardust and The Thin White Duke. Show More Summary

North Pacific’s sea slug invasion linked to mystery ocean blob

A mass northern migration of colourful nudibranchs could signal the start of a decade-long climate shift across North America

These aren’t the dorids you’re looking for...

Or maybe they are! Learn more about these super sea slugs and other neat nudibranchs.

Video! The sea slug that looks and swims like a fish

Out there in the open ocean is a nudibranch sea slug that looks like a fish, and for the last five months I’ve been obsessed with it. I wrote an article about this fishy slug, called Phylliroe, back in November (link to original article here, which is also posted below). But despite all my best efforts […]

Found a Pic of Your Ex

4 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

The animal kingdom is full of creatures as beautiful as us humans: First there was the Lisa Frank pink dolphin. Then there was the gorgeous blue dragon sea slug. And of course, how could we forget the multicolored painted bunting, a bird so pretty that Brooklynites were leaving brunch early... More »

16 of the world's most psychedelic creatures

From surreal sea slugs to rainbow birds, these candy-colored critters show off Mother Nature's wild side.

7 Vivid Facts About Sea Slugs

5 months agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

The “butterflies of the ocean” are beautiful, deadly, and strange.

Sea Slugs Store the Toxins They Eat to Poison Their Enemies

5 months agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

They can survive eating the toxic Latrunculin A, but their predators may not.

Small but deadly: The chemical warfare of sea slugs

Brightly coloured sea slugs are slurping deadly chemicals and stockpiling the most toxic compounds for use on their enemies. While the phenomenon sounds like the stuff of horror films, it is common practice for these "butterflies ofShow More Summary

Philippe Cousteau Talks Sex-Crazed Sea Slugs

6 months agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

The famed explorer’s grandson introduces some of the ocean’s most flamboyant creatures.

Beneficial self-harming: Sea slugs protect themselves by self-cutting

New research zeroes in on how the hooded sea slug safely loses limbs. Melibe leonina is a species of nudibranch, a marine snail that has no shell; it was the focus of this recent research.

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