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Have you ever realized how many crazy things live in the sea? Well there are a lot, but I think the Nudibranch sea slug is the coolest.

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All of these animals could be gone in the near future. Protect these ecosystems.

I can't get over the depth of colour. Gorgeous.

One in 2-5 million lobsters are blue. A genetic defect causes a blue lobster to produce an excessive amount of protein. The protein and a red carotenoid molecule known as astaxanthin, combine to form a blue complex known as crustacyanin, giving the lobster its blue color.

Tunicate~ Tunicates, commonly called sea squirts, are a group of marine animals that spend most of their lives attached to docks, rocks or the undersides of boats. To most people they look like small, colored blobs. It often comes as a surprise to learn that they are actually more closely related to vertebrates like ourselves than to most other invertebrate animals.

°★ ☽ FORGET ME NOT ☾ ★ ° inspiration - The chromodoris willani is a sea slug that, much like that Glaucus Atlanticus we saw a while back, looks like a creature from the world of Pokemon.This sea slug lives in the Western Pacific Ocean, in the areas from Indonesia to the Philippines, and ranges in color. The chromodoris willani shown in this picture is in the middle of the color spectrum: the creatures can range from a dark blue color to a near transparent white.

Beauty in a detail : The sea has one-celled creatures, phytoplankton, who use sunlight to create matter. Whales eat them and live 150 years.

from Oddee

10 Horrible Deep Sea Creatures

The giant isopod, known scientifically as Bathynomus giganteus, is the largest known member of the isopod family. It is very closely related to the small pillbugs that you can find in the garden. It is a carnivorous crustacean that spends its time scavenging the deep ocean floor. Food is extremely scarce at these great depths, so the isopod has adapted to eat what ever happens to fall to the ocean floor from above. It will also feed on some of the small invertebrates that live at these…

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Turtle-y awesome dude: Giants of the deep blue sea show all's well beneath the waves with a magical underwater high-five

The turtles eye each other up while beautiful zebra fish and other tropical species dance around in the warm waters