This is one beautiful nudibranch (sea slug)...

Science: Nudibranch

Blue Dragon Sea Slug Nudibranch (Glaucus Atlanticus) - To think this is a real creature amazes me!

10 Cool Sea Creatures You Need to Know About - Knowledge Salad

10 Cool Sea Creatures You Need to Know About - Knowledge Salad Glaucus Atlanticus (Blue Dragon Seaslug)

This is an ocean slug and it's kinda lizardy looking, but it's an ocean slug.

Amazing nature...

Glaucus atlanticus (commonly known as the sea swallow, blue angel, blue glaucus, blue dragon, blue sea slug and blue ocean slug). This little sea slug eats poisonous jellyfish and stores their venom for its personal use

The Blue Dragon (Glaucus atlanticus), one of the world’s rarest and most beautiful mollusks.

The Blue Dragon (Glaucus atlanticus sea slug), one of the world’s rarest and most beautiful mollusks.

The Blue Angel sea slug, eats poisonous Portuguese Man o'war tentacles concentrates the venom for it's own use and becomes more deadly than it's victim.

blue angel sea slug (also known as blue dragon sea slug), eats poisonous portuguese man o' war tentacles concentrates the venom for it's own use, & becomes more deadly than it's victim. these are dangerous.

Blue Dragon Nudibranch, dragons still exist in the sea

Glaucus atlanticus Blue Dragon Nudibranch, dragons still exist in the sea

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.

Funny pictures about Amazing Blue Sea Slug. Oh, and cool pics about Amazing Blue Sea Slug. Also, Amazing Blue Sea Slug.

Actually the opposite of camouflage can be a defense, too! Is, like-wise (of course) an adaptive trait.

Absurd Creature of the Week: This Crazy-Looking Sea Slug Has an Ingenious Secret Weapon

The blue dragon nudibranch eats the stinging cells of the Portuguese man o' war, then incorporates them into its own skin. That, as biologists say, is pretty baller.

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