Geographic Sea Hare
Syphonota geographica

Since I saw a photo of one of these wonderful Sea Hares I have been looking out for them.

I found found this little one. It is about 3cm long. They have the most amazing patterns, making them a great subject to film.

They live in the sandy shallows, eat algae and spend most of their lives buried in the sand, which is why they are very difficult to find.

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