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Nudibranch-Sea slugs-There are more than 3,000 known species of nudibranch, and new ones are being identified almost daily. They are found throughout the world's oceans, but are most abundant in shallow, tropical waters. Their scientific name, Nudibranchia, means naked gills, and describes the feathery gills and horns that most wear on their backs.
Janolus cristatus: actually a nudibranch! This one is called Janolus cristatus and it grows to around 75mm in length. What a tiny beauty! Since the body is transparent, you can clearly see its intestines running throughout. image credit:Rai Fernandez
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Research reveals dolphins have extraordinary intellects and emotional IQs greater than ours. And...what research doesn't tell us is that they hold a considerable vibration for the planet that projects love and tranquility-an energy frequency that our earth needs from mammals. Thank you beautiful dolphins!! ~/\/\
The acantharians are one of the four types of large amoebae that occur in marine open waters. "Large" in this case is relative, as this microscopic creature have skeletons made of a single crystal of strontium sulfate that quickly dissolves in the ocean water after the cell dies. Together with other microscopic organisms, though, amoebas like this account for most of the biomass on Earth.