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Blue Dragon Sea Slug (Glacus Atlanticus)

The Beautiful

alex delgadillo

on 11 December 2012

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Transcript of Blue Dragon Sea Slug (Glacus Atlanticus)

By Alex, Alto Sax
and Kayla, Flute Blue Dragon Sea Slug Behavior Names Food!!!!!!!! How do they move?
well they eat the air bubble from a portuguese man of war, that along with their little weight allows them to float on the surface of the water. Their speed is pretty low, they generally float, and occasionally they can sense prey and try to paddle themselves towards their next victim. Physical-ness They can be 3 cm long when full grown

They can be 3-100 grams in weight

Grey/silver blue in color

They are related to the Glaucideans

They have 6 flattened appendages Animalia Mollusca Gastropoda Glacidea Glaucus Atlanticus It eats fish and cnidarians Binomial Or commonly Blue Dragon Sea Slug They can also have a 3 cm long penis 2 Pennies uncovered sea slugs They have the special power to eat cnidarians and concentrate the nematocyst's venom. They are the most venomous of all Glaucidean andcan harm humans. They leave strings of fertilized eggs wherever, so it can be assumed they don't care for their young. The social habbits are still being uncovered. Reproduction They reproduce by each sticking their penises into each other (body length) and fertilizing the other's eggs. (gestation is unknown) Life span is between a month and a year for these amazing things it will see a fish and be like "let me touch you" then it's like "oh, you're paralyzed, imma eat you" These are carnivoires and nothing eats them... or the thing that ate them would die it has an interesting relationship to the jelly fish it eats don touch it you gone die!
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