Nembrotha kubaryana (Kubaryana’s Nembrotha) eating a tunicate colony. Photo by Alex Rose
Very few nudibranchs are conducive to captive aquarium life, and even most public aquariums avoid displaying the vast majority of them.
Nudibranchs are fantastically amazing animals. They come in just about every color imaginable, are shaped in the most peculiar of ways, eat some of the weirdest things, have gills growing out of their backs, smell and taste with stalks growing out of their heads, and can be toxic. A bit more than you might expect from an animal sometimes called a sea slug right?
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