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Glaucus atlanticus
Average: 10 (1 votes)
Title: Glaucus atlanticus
Sender: Trillian | Category: Animals Tags: glaucus atlanticus swallow blue dragon ocean sea slug
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» Comments (6)

Wolff | 2012-09-28 17:11:02 | reply
#6 | 0
Fake, and I think they meant to spell it glaucous (Bluish green)
Twinlights | 2012-09-25 04:12:37 | reply
#5 | 0
@Mike Andersen: "Predators need stereovision to see prey"? No, they don't need vision at all! Blind predators, or predators with only limited vision and do not rely on it as their primary sense, do exist. And some of those hunt sighted prey. Besides, that might not even apply in this case even if it were true; I'm seeing *at least* three eyes, maybe five; the others are much smaller and less obvious than the big one in the middle. And on top of that, they mainly eat man-o-wars, which are not known for being able to *move* (aside from drifting with the currents) anyway. Geez.
guest_Mike Anderson | 2012-09-24 10:39:16 | reply
#3 | 0
Fake i´m afraid. Predators need stereovision (two eyes) to see pray, pray needs it to awoid predators. Cyklops arte mythical cratures.
guest_art | 2012-09-21 21:00:33 | reply
#2 | 0
blue sea slug
guest_ha | 2012-09-21 07:25:40 | reply
#1 | 0

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