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Oceanology

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Transcript of Oceanology

Spanish Dancer Poisonous Hexabranchus Sanguineus means "Nakes Gills" Nudibranch species Live in warm tropical waters on the ocean floor
Indian Ocean
West Pacific
Red Ocean Habitat Spanish Dancers are specialist predators. What They Feed On? Has two different way of motion Movement Swimming Crawling and How Did They Get Their Name? When a Spanish Dancer is swimming they resemble a flamenco dancer's skirt ruffling. Stinging cell throughout the body Reach up to 24 inches long (60 centimeters) "Google Images." Google Images. N.p., n.d. Web. 8 Dec. 2012.

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"New Week Nudibranch â Spanish Dancer." The Featured Creature. N.p., n.d. Web. 8 Dec. 2012.

Works Cited They feed on sea sponges and portugese man-o-wars. Reproduction Reproduce sexually and asexually Has an egg cluster called a "sea rose" Life span of about a year
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