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  • Andrea

    Nembrotha Cristata #seaslug

  • Sarah Guinn

    "Check out this funky sea creature! It is a Nembrotha Cristata, a kind of sea slug that will grow only up to 6 cm (2.36 inches) in length. Some may say it looks like the Alpaca of the Sea!" I want a sea alpaca !

  • CONNIE Howard

    Nembrotha cristata. You can see Over 3000 more animal pictures on my Facebook "Animals Are Awesome" page. animals, wildlife, pictures, nature, fish, birds, photography, cute, beautiful

  • Rosemary Tapp

    Nembrotha cristata - alpaca of the sea. Nembrotha cristata is a species of colorful sea slug, a dorid nudibranch, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Polyceridae. This species occurs in the tropical Indo-West Pacific Ocean. It grows to at least 50 mm in length. Its body is covered with green pustules. The rhinophores and gills are black, edged in green. --Wikipedia

  • Terry Coleman

    Nembrotha cristata - alpaca of the sea Sooooo Cute #best #meditative #ocean #animals #interesting #beautiful #things

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