Look What We Found Recently In Our Abades Bay
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Look What We Found Recently In Our Abades Bay

Look What We Found Recently In Our Abades Bay

Look what we found recently in our #Abades Bay!

The Blue Dragon, Glaucus Atlanticus is a species of small, blue sea slug, a pelagic (open-ocean) aeolid nudibranch.

They are highly venomous, and we made sure not to touch them.

Many individual Blue Dragons washed up on the shore, and with the help of bits of plastic, we put live ones back in the ocean.

One that had passed away was taken off the beach to take these macro pictures for a closer look.

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Look What We Found Recently In Our Abades Bay

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