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National Geographic Education - Community - Google+"Fried egg jellyfish" There are sometimes strange things at the bottom of the sea.... "The egg fried jellyfish" is a good example...fb

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"Sea Bunnies" are a type of sea slug called Jorunna parva. Most of them are less than an inch (2.5 centimeters) long and can be found throughout the Indo-Pacific Ocean from South Africa to the central Pacific. Though the most images of these animals show white animals with black spots, these sea slugs are usually yellow or orange.

The adorable science behind the “sea bunny”

"Sea Bunnies" are a type of sea slug called Jorunna parva. Most of them are less than an inch (2.5 centimeters) long and can be found throughout the Indo-Pacific Ocean from South Africa to the central Pacific. Though the most images of these animals show white animals with black spots, these sea slugs are usually yellow or orange.

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Stranger Things - 11 -Eleven

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Strange Beams Of Light Captured in August 2015 In Italy, Mexico, the US and around the world! What are they?

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A strange deep sea creature captured by fisherman Roman Fedorstov (Twitter)

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'Shrooms With a View: 10 Strange & Beautiful Mushrooms

Bearded Tooth mushrooms (Hericium erinaceus) look nothing like any other mushroom you’ve seen, even if you’ve seen more than a few. This eminently edible mushroom grows on both living and dead trees (usually hardwoods) and when cooked is said to have a seafood-like color and texture.

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Still need those otps, but I send my support. Ah, I love Tumblr.

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Leave the Upside-down alone

The site that deprives you of productivity one minute at a time. Replacing productivity with entertainment since 2010.

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