Usually, slugs are associated with slippery, unattractive creatures that leave traces of mucus. But it turns out, pretty mollusks live in the depths of the ocean, upon seeing which you want to smile and be surprised.
At the bottom of the Indian Ocean, an unusual clam Jorunna parva lives - a sea slug similar to a hare.
Pointed ears help him determine the smell and taste.
Sea Sheep (Costasiella Kuroshimae)
This charming clam, beads, eyes and ears make it look like a cartoon sheep.
Sheep leaf lives off the coast of Japan, Indonesia and the Philippines at a depth of 10 meters. But the most amazing thing about this cartoon creature is that it refers to animals that can perform photosynthesis.
Blue Angel (Glaucus Atlanticus)
Blue angel - a species of mollusks from the order of nudibranchs. They live in the seas of the oceans of the tropical zone.
It lives in shallow waters near the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska and central California , as well as in northern Japan. When a predator attacks, the mollusk turns into a ball, exposing thorns to protect it.
This clam has a bright appearance.
It lives in the Philippines, Hawaii, Indonesia, Australia and New Caledonia.
Polar Corifella feeds on corals, and its length is about 0.5 centimeters.
Many unique creatures live in the underwater world, while the sea depths are still very poorly studied. Some creatures look like they are the imagination of the artist, not real creatures.