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  • Work Avoidance

    This is one of the most beautiful creatures of the ocean! But do beware, it IS slightly poisonous! Introducing the Glaucus Atlanticus, or better known as the Blue Sea Slug! Our very own Pokemon!

  • Neva Kennedy

    Glaucus Atlanticus: Also known as “blue dragon”, this inch long sea slug is commonly found off the East and South Coast of South Africa, and Australia. Like many other colorful animals, its bright blue color is a warning for its powerful sting.

  • chase marcus

    Blue dragon Commonly known as the sea swallow, blue dragon or blue angel; the Glaucus atlanticus, is actually a type of small-sized blue sea slug. These slugs feed on other pelagic creatures and reach lengths of up to 1.2 inches (3.048 centimeters).

  • Jamie Hui

    The Blue Dragon Mollusk of the Sea [Nature Picture]

  • Thomas Benner

    Blue Sea Slug a.k.a Little Sea Dragon (Glaucus Atlanticus) Incredible! This has to be one of the most stunning creatures I've seen in a long time... Glaucus Atlanticus (blue sea slug a.k.a little sea dragon). Definitely going on my list of creatures to make :)

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Another nudibranch... I find myself endlessly fascinated with the incredible variety and stunning colors in these tiny obscure creatures.

I painted this pelagic nudibranch on a ceramic dish many years ago. It still looks pretty nice :)

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Weedy sea dragons grow to 18" in length and are only found off the coast of Australia. Photo source: Matt Krumin on flickr

"Sea dragon..."................obviously it's's digital art.. but as it seems it finds it's way into places where there are almost no illustrations, only real life ocean & freshwater animals... I wonder what that's all about, just couldn't find a better album for it, or being fooled, maybe just as a joke, i don't know :P

Blue sea slug (Glaucus atlanticus) ~ not exactly a baby animal but just as tiny and adorable!

image credit: Habitat: New Caledonia, eastern Australia, Western Australia Status: No conservation concerns This is the fabulousssss Phyllodesmium poindimiei!! You see those orange things in its cerata (tentacle-type things?) .. those are actually eggs! Doesn't it look a little bit like magical spaghetti?

This is a real animal. Called the Blue Dragon.

blue sea slug (nudibranch chromodoris willani), a shell-less marine gastropod mollusk