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Don’t let those floppy “ears” fool you! The California sea hare can release a slimy cloud of irritating purplish ink to confuse or distract hungry predators.
Learn more about this sizable sea slug
(Photo: Patrick Webster)
What lurks in the darkness of Monterey Bay? To predators, the rosy rockfish’s neon colors appear gray because red light doesn’t reach the deep reef. Thanks to staffer Patrick Webster for this dive footage from 90 feet!
How do you catch dinner if you’re a slow-moving sea slug? You go after something that’s even slower! In this not-so-speedy skirmish, watch as a California sea slug captures a shaggy sea slug. Thanks to staffer Patrick Webster for the great video!
Our own Patrick Webster, Guest Experience Program Specialist, just won the Youth in Yosemite Short Film Contest, celebrating art, nature and a personal connection to Yosemite. Plenty of ocean imagery to enjoy, too!