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Marine Invertebrate of the Week: Sea Slugs

Sea slugs are very diverse marine invertebrates that lack shells. Instead of the protection of a shell, sea slugs have developed acids, toxins, stings, and camouflage. They are hermaphroditic, meaning individuals possess both male and female reproductive organs. Some sea slugs are herbivores, but most are specialized predators that feed on a single species. There […]

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