Nudibranch, Tenellia sibogae, feeding on a hydroidAdd to Cart Add to Lightbox Download
A tiny nudibranch, Tenellia sibogae, feeding on a hydroid. The hydroid's stinging cells pass unharmed through the digestive tract, eventually ending up at the colorful tips of the nudibranch's cerrata, where they are used for defense! Richelieu Rock, Thailand, Andaman Sea
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