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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.
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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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A twisted strand of diatoms called, Helicotheca (syn. Streptotheca) tamesis. By Franz Neidl

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A diatom chain by Charles Krebbs

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50 Fascinating Facts About Our Oceans [Infographic]

50 Fascinating Facts About Our Oceans [Infographic]

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This is what causes a "red tide" - A particular type of Dinoflagellate. When looking under a regular microscope this is infact red, not blue...

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The amazing skeletons of diatoms, unicellular organisms in the phytoplankton family. A type of algae. Stunning!

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Planktonic Polychaete worm -  Planktonic Polychaete worm Photographer:Peter ParksRights:© Image Quest 3-D- See more at: http://australianmuseum.net.au/image/Planktonic-Polychaete-worm/#sthash.5x6jQhlc.dpuf

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