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Verity Baulch Dec 25
Happy holidays! Mum crocheted me a
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Justin McNab Jan 30
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Tiia Haapalainen Apr 3
I don't know who made these but I NEED.
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Vanessa Knutson Dec 1
Adorable bubble snail from Bali, a / relative that never lost its shell. As it moves, it produces a LOT of mucus. And yes, those are it's eyes :)
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Kate Vylet Feb 14
A love bite! The rainbow (Dendronotus iris) feeds on tube-dwelling anemones (Pachycerianthus fimbriatus) with a sneak attack! The is only interested in a mouthful of tentacles, but the anemone sure doesn't appreciate being spaghetti dinner.
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Dr. Rebecca Tarvin Apr 22
Why is there no emoji
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Dr. Allison Gong Jan 7
Hey, look at those gorgeous butt gills . . . I mean, branchial plume! I collected this Diaulula sandiegensis from the last week, and now it's on exhibit at the in !
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Amelia Ritger Jun 10
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eHawk Jun 11
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Dr. Rebecca Tarvin Mar 14
Here's more of Uno the :) Species is Hermissenda opalescent, found on the CA coast
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Katie Cook Jun 13
Find of the week! Super cool (Aeolidia papillosa) found by one of the students whilst data collecting for their research projects.
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Darrin Schultz Jun 12
Last week at FHL we found a swimming (Dendrotus iris?). This usually crawls on substrate eating tubeworms and hydroids but we caught it swimming near the surface. I've only ever seen Plocamopherus swimming before.
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Keishu Asada Jun 5
This amazing swimming nudibranch
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Yara Tibirica Dec 16
Beautiful nudibranch art in Cape Town
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Dr. Vineetha Zacharia Apr 29
Happy ! Here’s an actinorhodin painting of a blue dragon (not of the fame), but an amazing sea slug—Glaucus atlanticus!
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Scribbletoad 🐸 Jun 3
Continuing this little series of sea critters with some sea bunnies today. Who would have thought slugs could be this adorable?
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Jake Brass Jun 12
Studying gives you easy access to the incredible under the menai bridge, in which you can find a whole host of stunning creatures, including this - look closely and you can see its heart beating!
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Sarah Dietrick Mar 18
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Similan Scuba Jan 15
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George Roff May 17
Convergent evolution in action: this species of deep sea pelagic (Phylliroe sp.) looks like a fish, swims like a fish, hunts like a fish ()
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